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Sunday, April 19, 2020

Nigeria's Coronavirus Cases Rises To 542

The number of those infected with the Coronavirus is rising daily in Nigeria and this is BAD NEWS!

.......Oh God,please protect your people,please!!!







38 comments:

  1. Yoruba nation your son Yemi Osinbajo "in very sick and dying from Corona virus infection he got from Abba Kyari.

    ¤ Femi Adesina also is sick and dying of Coronavirus

    ¤ The main office of the presidential is locked and inaccessible because only the biometric details of Abba Kyari can open it. Now all they brought back was Abba Kyaris ashes, the Chinese they brought are working to dismantle the bomb proof doors" Namadi kalu

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    1. BIG LAIR............Femi and i speak almost everyday....you are so full of hate,continue spreading lies oh,you hear?I will not wish you coronavirus but i pray God heals your bitter heart.

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    2. Believe Nnamdi Kalu at your own peril, the numbers are going up like election results, OK ooo God dey

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    3. Na copy paste that one do Stella. Abeg, no mind am. I've gotten many of that kny WhatsApp. So Stella, u talk to Femi everyday, wow, u don take style dey enter govt.

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    4. Stella are you morning these failures? I chatted Aunty Dolapo just yesterday and her wonderful family is doing extremely well. Let them be filling their sick minds with nonsense. Every weapon fashioned against them will never prosper. Imagine claiming they brought the Chinese to work on doors. Wonders will never end. Sick minded failures.

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    5. Hahaha Stella please don't take this person serious, na hangover cause am lol...

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    6. This Anon, you really need to have your head examined. What is wrong with you.

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    7. What a frustrated idiot.
      On another note, God please help Nigeria, this is really worrying now.

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    8. Please stop spreading hate and death news Abe. I am scared for Osibanjo, he has been scarce these period

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    9. The abuse is too much na. The anon just posted what Nnamdi Kanu said.

      But Anon, believe NK at your own peril cos that man is full of bile and a lunatic.

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    10. Because Stella made a comment y'all are insulting anon, forgetting that he copied that nonsense from a WhatsApp group.

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  2. This is getting scarier. Oh Lord pls help us

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  3. God please have mercy on Nigeria

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  4. Hmmm if you're Nigerian time to start praying. I saw some burial videos and I can say our government is an embarrassment. Do they know why countries are imposing very strict lockdown and travel ban orders? Because one infected person can infect 100 people..just one is a huge risk. Yet over 300 people attend a burial without any form of social distancing, some people had no masks plus the PPE wasnt well worn or discarded, no training whatsoever on how to handle the corpse. What a high risk! When Melinda Gates said something we wanted to crucify her instead of all hands being on deck to prove her wrong. How do the people who make the law break the law, televise it and yet get away with it? How?

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    1. God bless you. If it is only those flouting the lock down order that will suffer the consequences, one would not bother but it is not that simple.

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    2. I'm sorry to say but that tribe is the main problem we have in this country.

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  5. the number i'm seeing here is not just rising but sky rocketing we are in your hands oh God

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  6. Cases in Lagos is increasing daily,please y'all should stay safe and stay home

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  7. I watched a video online last night how one of the men who attended the Burial of Kyari removed his PPE and dumped it on the road, entered his car and drove away. I hope one aboki will not go and pick it, wash it and use it as overall. When I thought that was all, I saw two ladies washing disposable face masks over fifty. This country is truly a joke.

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    1. NCDC sent a cleaning crew to pick the discarded PPE and discard it properly.

      All the same, that man may already be infected and will go around sharing it to others. That corpse wasn't supposed to be buried but cremated. Religion will be our bane in this country.

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  8. Why won't the number increase, when the government is not even obeying social distancing. If you see the crowd when they share palliative , people walk about anyhow, parties are still been held, see crowd in oyingbo market with conductors shouting anyhow in people's faces, see how people squeeze themselves in buses and u expect the numbers to decrease. Nobody is wearing gloves handling money.

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    1. I suggest a nationwide lockdown lets see if the numbers will reduce..

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  9. God have mercy. This is getting scarier by the day.

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  10. This thing is getting real and more scary. Robbers everywhere, money is getting exhausted.. Oh lord, please!

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    1. This lockdown will be extended till end of May..Buhari no wan mention 2 months gbosa like that..Nigerian brace yourselves this is the time to eat to survive...

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  11. The cases are skyrocketing because many Nigerians are inconsiderate and very insensitive.
    I could not believe why there were so many people at the bury ground of Abba Kyari, that was total carelessness and unwise.

    A lot of people were already infected at that cemetery.

    As for Kano state, there will be more cases and will soon take over Abuja and start competing with Lagos state.

    If you want to live, if you want your family to live, please stay and remain indoor.

    Wuhan coronavirus is very contagious and deadly.

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  12. May God help us out of this, and now we can't sleep with our eyes closed in Lagos because of all these robbery threat

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  13. 12 in FCT?let's expect more in the coming weeks no thanks to abokis that breath through their anus

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  14. This number is not look good, daily increasing both those infected and number of dead. We really need to do more than we are doing in terms of protecting ourself

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  15. See numbers oh, it's increasing, increasing! more like running, make we stay house oh,God forbid bad thing, like play it will get to thousands wahala dey oh.
    Please stay at home, avoid crowded places, social distancing.
    In Benin most people are acting like nothing is happening, Governor Obaseki moved market women to primary schools,
    Stella if you see how crowded these people are, I fear for Edo state

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  16. Nigerians should please in the name of whatever God they are worshipping desist from all these hatredness,fake news, religious and ethnic bigotry,Africans don't want genocide in Nigeria,I smelt the remnants of a genocide in my homie and it smells of burnt flesh,Stella you are simply the best personality around

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  17. Now they use indomie mie truck to transport illegal goods,people interstate,I will suggest a total lockdown where no1 is allowed out in all states n impose house to house check cox this is becoming messier in coming days

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  18. Nigerians this is not a holiday

    This is a fight for survival

    Please take the lockdown rules serious

    Let it enter your heads please

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