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Date For Second Lockdown of All Markets In Nigeria: All Citizens Should Take Note of This (Opinion)

OwoCJ001 06/29/2020

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The image above is an indication of how Nigerian markets are operating. It is obvious that, people are nonchalant of abiding by Covid-19 preventive measures even as Covid-19 is on the increase in the country.

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The federal government had earlier declared lockdown, and enforced curfew on citizens in order to curtail the spread of Covid-19 in the country.

Recently, Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, has stressed that the way Nigerians are romancing the virus was an indication of danger in the nearest future.

According to Mustapha: "This is the time to lock down if it were within my power. This is the time to lock down because I can see the attitude of people romancing with COVID-19".

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"The daily increase in confirmed cases, the federal government feels a sense of frustration because we can see glaringly the danger ahead and you can see the level of recklessness on the part of people who should know better".

This serves as an indication that, the Nigerian government has hinted on ordering another lockdown across the country.

Following the increment in the number of affected persons in Nigeria, if buyers and sellers continue to be nonchalant of covid-19 preventive measures, the federal government might officially order for the second lock down of all market squares in Nigeria.

It could be recalled that, earlier this month, Boss Mustapha, secretary to the government of the federation and chairman of the PTF, announced that President Muhammadu Buhari had approved the relaxation of the ban on worship centres for four weeks, spanning 2nd – 29th June, 2020. If markets would be locked down, the date might fall after 29th June, as worship centres might be considered for second lockdown.

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Top Comments
Emmaco2021 · 06/29/2020
Thank you Mr president
GUEST_knK46YrxY · 06/30/2020
mr man better stop this rubbish before the anger of God will fall upon you stop punishing people
GUEST_ndVpO0mpk · 06/29/2020
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GbemigaOlakanmi · 07/4/2020
when are we going to stop lying by our Leader

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