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Monday, April 27, 2020

Kaduna State Governor Extends Coronavirus Lockdown By 30 Days



In an effort to combat Covid-19 in Kaduna, Governor Nasiru El-rufai of Kaduna State has extended the state's coronavirus lockdown for 30 days..











29 comments:

  1. 😰😰😰😰😰😰😰

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  2. I weak for this Gov. Not even two weeks 30days gabadaya, may God see us through o because enu ti gbe.

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  3. Na wa oo...
    God heal our land

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  4. Wow! Kaduna bvs pls stay safe ooo. This too shall pass.
    Hi BV Sapio Jules, hope you're good?

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  5. God have mercy on us nd heal d land

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  6. I said what I said27 April 2020 at 11:51

    30 whole days.. There better be palliatives for the people o.. God have mercy

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  7. With just 15 confirmed cases and they are locking down for more 30 days. I heard Lagos with over 700 cases are planning on relaxing the lockdown by enforcing the use of masks. I will find out later sha🚢🚢🚢

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  8. This heartless man! He would lock them down and wouldn't even bother if they are hungry or not I have never anyone as heartless as Rufai and his children! What am I saying Nigerians deserves every wickedness they get!.

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    1. This man loves his citizens. Go and read about Ghana in 1 week of relaxing lockdown go and see how many new confirmed cases. I live in Lagos state and if they decide to relax the lockdown I commit my head to God's hands.

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    2. You said he's heartless by doing the needful. Spain citizens can only go out for an hour exercise starting from today after 6 weeks lockdown.

      Go and ask Ganduje how far.

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    3. 13:04 if you don't shut up I will look for you and shut you up! You stupid lots deserve all the bad things happening to you! Locking down isn't the issue providing at least to ensure a cool lock down is the big issue here! It's not everyone that bear hunger so trust they'd come out to hustle. Instead of comparing with Ghana you should have done so with Canada but you can't because Nigeria isn't even close and it's because you people have been taught that suffering is normal. Are you beings normal at all? Don't provoke me!

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    5. It sucks true, but this is the right thing to do.
      Lagos state is doing nothing.
      The lock down wasn't even carried out. . If i was the governor I will enforce strict 2 weeks lockdown. No movement at all. Market will be open once a week. 10 am -2pm. Only if this lockdown is taken seriously will our lives get back to normal.

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    6. Picture G wagon, did I insult you in anyway? Okay enlighten me on Canada. I watched a video on how Sweden is handling the pandemic. As a matter of fact they didn't shut down anywhere. They said they believe in their citizens to do the right thing, which is to observe social distancing and wear their face masks. And guess what their citizens are making the effort to observe all these rules. Though their figures are higher than their neighbours in Germany who observed complete lock down. Now come to Nigeria. Who is going to respect the term social distancing. Is it when you want to drag for Danfo to your place of work. Is it in the market that are crowded? Have you seen any well planned market in Nigeria were the stalls and the customers would be able to practice social distancing properly. Canada have multiple means of transport including walking to your office. here you must use public transport with 14 people jam-packed in a bus like sardine. Do you think police won't collect bribe and allow over loading. I am not a fool but if Nigeria as a system can get it self together then by all means lift the ban.

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  9. If "mini Buhari" is locking down Kaduna state for 30 days then I am sure his elder brother is going to extend that of Lagos and Abuja by another 2 weeks.
    I called it first.

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  10. If this is going to help, then it's a welcome idea.

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  11. My elder Sis just called to tell me about the 30days,God oh dear God ,pls come through for your children πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

    Kaduna Bvs,our prayers are with you all
    @Ms Tee, @Sapio

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  12. Father show us mercy, am sure coro has thought mini bubu a lesson.

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  13. This is just a height of insensitivity and wickedness.What effort has this Mallam done to cushion the effect of COVID-19 in the state?A region stricken with poverty and deprivation, yet a governor would be so incalculative and inept to plunge his people more into poverty. Anyway,Na dem dem

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    1. Oya they should relax the lock down so everybody will waka anyhow so the virus will spread like water then you'll still come here and wail abi???? It's not easy for anybody anywhere right now but if our people don't want to do right by each other na die we dey. If you like don't protect yourself na you know.

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    2. You must be crazy 14:17 even with the lock down how many people did you see obeying it? The people that enforce it do they obey it? These people are hungry! No instruction you give them will sink in period!

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  14. God please may this not extend to other states. In fact bring it to an end. It's becoming scary.

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  15. Good move, any means necessary to defeat the pandemic is welcome. Though it may creat hardship but one need to be alive first.

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  16. God please hear the cry of your children and save us from this, Amen.

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