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Thursday, May 14, 2020

Adamawa Government Lifts COVID 19 Ban And Re-opens Churches And Mosques...

The Adamawa State Government has announced the end of ban placed on religious gatherings in the state.




The state government said the ban was lifted with immediate effect to allow religious bodies have their normal worship and services.

Humwashi Wonosikou, Chief Press secretary to Governor Umaru Fintiri, who made this known in a statement on Thursday also announced the discharge of five COVID-19 patients


He said they were discharged after testing negative for the virus, adding that all religious leaders should put in place preventive and precautionary measures in their various worship centres to curb the spread of the disease.

“Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has eased the restriction on worship places and social gatherings earlier imposed on the state following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Churches, Mosques and the international cattle markets under lockdown can now reopen.”
from dailypost

38 comments:

  1. Their cases will increase now. They should continue with nose masks and social distancing

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    1. 🤣 🤣 🤣
      I live in a funny country

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    2. Believe the corona virus scam at your expense now I see why people think they are deliberating targeting churches. Christians had their easter under lock and key when the cases was less than a thousand, now that the almighty Ramadan is coming to an end, all states are opening up. I won't be surprise if there is full opening of the nation on Sunday. Corona is less deadly to the human virus leading the affairs of this country.. 🤐🤐🤐🤐

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    3. 08:18 people like you are the problem of this world, if by now, with what is going on, you still think Coronavirus is scam and you think government is attacking the relgious bodies,you need your head checked.
      People like you are supposed to be living in the cave.

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  2. Hope they know what they are doing sha

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    1. Yes they want to celebrate end of Ramadan in festive mood just hope they won't regret it.

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  3. Yesterday it was Borno state and today Adamawa state. Is there something we are not being told? For me I think locking people down isn't the best, rather adequate preventive measure should be put in place to help curb the spread while people go out to their affairs, else our economy will collapse if it hasn't already.

    Even in Western countries, business has started fully. Football will be starting this weekend in Germany and to be followed by Serie A(Italy). While Premiership sometime next month.

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    1. Don't just think please, suggest the preventive measures that will work in over populated Nigeria?
      In those Western contries you refer to, do you know how long they have been home? They just started easing the lockdown and life isn't fulkly back to normal. It is all on CNN.

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    2. You can't compare the Western world with Nigeria. Some of them have reach the peak of the virus in their countries and they were also on locked down for month. Most of leaders are just daft,they are also selfish and greedy.

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    3. Teejay, talk with some sense since you always want to be heard. Do you know how long those countries have been in lockdown? Can you compare Nigeria with those countries?

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  4. They should be careful oo

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  5. At this point, it is safe to say that the whole Covid19 brouhaha was a scam!
    WTF.

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    1. Some where real especially those that travelled to high risk countries,while some were audio

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    2. The insincerity and greed of the Nigerian government made them to handle the situation wrongly.

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  6. Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehe on gbas gbos level, hahahahahaha hahahahahaha.

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    1. please what's the meaning of gbas gbos

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    2. Retaliatory punches often of a sarcastic and verbal nature or action

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  7. Hope Borno people are nt placed on experiment ?

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  8. Whatever rocks their boat

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  9. Congrats to them. They should observe safety measures.

    They should continue praying until something happens

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  10. If anyone thought these Muslims will agree to do their fasting at home...The reason why they are stylishly lifting their lockdown. Not like they are lifting it cos of the churches. Other states will still follow suit.

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    1. Exactly my thought. They are lifting the ban because of their Muslim brothers. Egungun wan commot cloth.

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    2. And Adamawa is predominantly a Muslim state?
      Get your facts right before commenting on issues.

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    3. Anon 22:55. Don't mind them because it's a northern state, the lift is because of Ramadan. Get some knowledge people. Ha!

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  11. I know that there is no how these . Muslims will celebrate their Ramadan in the mist of this lockdown but during easter no state was allowed to open for churches to celebrate Easter.😒

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    1. You people are just the problem of this country and I can guess your region in this country.
      Everything is conspiracy to you people, if it's not about religion, it's about ethnicity.
      When will you start thinking straight, like every normal human beings.

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  12. I personally feel covid.19 in Nigeria is a scam. All these numbers they release every day are FAKE. Please read and pass because it is my personal opinion. With all these bruhaha, I have not heard government built a health centre more or less a standard hospital for Nigerians. If this disease is real in Nigeria. Why use a school hall as isolation center. I am sure they will not fumigate the place before school resumes.

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    1. Where you there?
      How do you know the area wasn’t fumigated?

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  13. Same in gombe state, we wia told to resume churches and mosque's as well

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  14. Thank God... He can use the Muslims since they are more radical in their worship...let the places of worship open!

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  15. This just for them to celebrate sallah, who do they think they are fooling.

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  16. I am from Adamawa a health worker for that matter. The COVID 19 cases in Adamawa is not up to 10. We go every morning and evening to check their vitals. Everyday the NCDC officials come to tell us to cooperate. They give us 5k daily. I’m afraid already. I want to resign. My conscience is not allowing me again. God forgive me. 🙆‍♀️🙆‍♀️🙆‍♀️

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    1. Blood of Nebuchadnezzar!!!! Nigeria politicise everything,imagine playing with numbers just to get international funds. All thesame stay safe

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  17. You see when bishop oyedepo said covid-19 is imported! Stella says he is ranting.

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