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#EndSARS- OHIS losses equipment worth millions of Naira

As private and public organizations are counting their losses of invasion of hoodlums who are in search of COVID-19 palliative, the Osun State Health Insurance Scheme (OHIS) have declared that N120million worth drugs and office equipment were damaged and looted in the Saturday invasion. 

Addressing journalists in Osogbo, the Executive Secretary of the Osun Health Insurance Scheme, Dr. Adeniyi Ogini said announced that N77.7 million worth of drugs and office equipment were carted away while N42.3 million drugs and office equipment were damaged by the hoodlums. 

Dr. Ogini said the vandalized and carted away equipment included electronics, ICT equipment, office furniture and medicines at the agency head office in Osogbo. 

He noted that some heavy-duty and luxurious vehicles which moved in and out of the complex on Friday, 23rd October could make the attackers speculate that the warehouse must contain some COVID  19 palliatives.

Dr. Ogini hinted that they stormed the complex with all manner of weapons and tools with which they gained entranced to the highly fortified complex.

The OHIS boss urged those with any of the agency materials or drug to heed the governor’s amnesty and return them to the office or palace near them.

Adenitan Akinola

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