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Nigerians Jubilates As Pres. Buhari Releases Date To End Lockdown In Nigeria

Nigerians Jubilates As Pres. Buhari Releases Date To End Lockdown In Nigeria



President Muhammadu Buhari has finally spoken on when lockdown order
during the Covid-19 will be lifted when citizens fully comply with preventive measures to curtail against COVID-19.

Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, disclosed when he featured on the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) to update the public on the government’s efforts toward containing the pandemic.

Mohammed noted that it would be difficult to defeat coronavirus if citizens failed to observe directives meant to safeguard themselves and others.

Asked whether or not the two weeks lockdown President Muhammadu Buhari slammed on Abuja, Lagos and Ogun could be extended; the minister said the behavior of Nigerians would determine that.



“If we don’t behave ourselves, it is likely that the lockdown will be extended, but if we behave ourselves, there might not be an extension and I hope we do so.

“If we stay at home for two weeks and we are doing everything we are supposed to do, we should be able to effectively contain the disease.

“My appeal to Nigerians is that they should obey the directives on social distancing, personal hygiene, and shun gatherings; after two weeks, we will resume our normal lives.

“But if they think it is a joke, then we may have to stay at home more than the two weeks,” Mohammed added.

As the time of filing this report, Nigeria has recorded 190 cases of coronavirus and two deaths.

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9 comments

  1. There is money in Nigeria but all they could do is to pay 20 k imagine.

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  2. Nigeria has the money to upgrade this country to an extent, we don't have standard hospitals that is well equipped, no industries but we have a lot of graduate doctors who are there looking for job, but one senator or minister is getting not less than 33 million in a month while the poor masses are just looking for #500 or 1000 to eat at the end of the day. What's Nigeria good of. The country should look into this.

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  3. I really don't know what this country is turning into...
    At least they should share the money

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  4. Pls I want to start business back

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  5. You guys day wine me ni where is the date

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  6. Which this stupid people will be sharing fake news around..

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