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What is the Fate of Nigerians as Covid-19 persists?

News Hub Creator 04/6/2020

The ongoing global pandemic has challenged the leadership capacities of world leaders and has proven many to be capable of ruling while the weakness of many leaders have been brought to the lime light also, and with the current narratives, what can we say the fate of Nigeria is in the scheme of things?

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Photo - (Nigeria health officials wait to screen passengers at the arrival hall of Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos)

The Corona Virus Pandemic (COVID-19) has shown that the Nigerian president, President Muhammadu Buhari has the capacity to withstand unprecedented problem as the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) is working assiduously to see an end to the pandemic ravaging the entire country but with national figures of confirmed cases increasing daily, what is the fate of Nigeria?

According to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) there were 10 new cases discovered yesterday which puts the Nigerian confirmed case at 224 at the moment, but be that as it were, the President of the federation, Mohammadu Buhari has prior to that placed a “stay at home” order on highly concentrated states and cities of the country to forestall further spread of the virus across the entire country.

Although, professionals have been making all manner of predictions about the global pandemic, many pundits have alleged that the number of persons infected with the virus in Nigeria are way more than the numbers discovered or announced by the NCDC, while some other people believed that many are perhaps living with the virus without their knowledge which perhaps puts the country at risk, hence the ban on movement place on; Lagos, Ogun state and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja being a highly concentrated areas for returning citizens from foreign countries and foreigners.

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Photo - (COVID-19 infected person taken for treatement)

The Prime Ministers of countries, presidents, and their divine leaders are working round the clock to find a permanent solution to the COVID-19, while the death toll in the world have soared passed sixty thousand (60, 000), and according to the United Nations, the Corona Virus Pandemic has been the most devastating global event after the Second World War (1939-1945).

The president Buhari’s Administration having listened to the outcry of Nigerians who are helplessly forced to stay at home in order to fight the COVID-19, has approached the National Assembly for the approval of five hundred billion naira (N500b) to further fight the global pandemic which seem to be proving to have eating deep into the fabric of the country.

The different states and lawmakers in Nigeria have started using their discretion to share palliatives packages, as well as, philanthropists in the country who are donating funds to help fight the virus and also provide palliatives packages for the less privileged in the country in order to fight this global disease.

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The virus, in no way than one has shown the strength of the leadership of countries of the world, many leaders are at the moment highly devastated and don’t know what exactly to be done to end this problem, while many are working tirelessly to find cure to the COVID-19, in all, the virus seemed to have been showing world leaders who has huge resources the relevance of strengths, while others who are using judiciously their little available resources to fight the virus in the most honourable way they could are also playing to the scripts.

The big question is, ‘what is the fate of Nigerians as the global scourge persists?’ What is the way out of this global pandemic? How can a lasting solution be put to the COVID-19 with the death toll increasing to 5 in Nigeria, and the global figure going above 60,000? Where are we all going with these challenges?

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