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Wednesday, May 06, 2020

Buhari Asked To Lockdown Abuja Again

The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Youth Task Force on COVID-19 has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to lock Abuja again.




It said this followed the number of coronavirus cases and deaths so far recorded.

Ango Suleiman, Chairman of the Task Force, spoke at a news conference on Wednesday.

Suleiman told the federal government not to mind public opinion on the ease of the measures earlier put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19.

“The same people demanding the ease of lockdown may come back to criticize and condemn the action of the government when things go wrong. Therefore, the only option is doing whatever is best for the people”, NAN quoted him as saying.

Suleiman warned that law enforcement agencies were becoming overwhelmed and gradually losing control of the people since the lockdown was lifted.

He cited the massive gathering at banks, checkpoints as well as public disobedience in observing safety measures to buttress his point.

Suleiman insisted that the repercussions of the early lifting of the lockdown around the world were a lesson to learn “as our peculiarity can never be an excuse for our carelessness.”

The spokesperson of the FCT Natives, Inusa Yusuf, urged banks to open all their branches so that people won’t need to clog at the few ones opening.

Yusuf observed that the development had encouraged public gatherings and discouraged social distancing.
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38 comments:

  1. Lagos is next

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  2. The number of people that gather at the banks in Lagos is overwhelming.

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    1. Not only Lagos oo...even calabar that doesn't hav d virus, the banks are overcrowded.

      One has to wait for hours b4 u can transact

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  3. πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½

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  4. It was just too early to lift the lockdown.

    Banks in Lagos are just too crowded.

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    1. Crying over spilled milk. Was it necessary to lift the lock down in the first place, be doing follow follow of other countries who are capable.
      Now that the lockdown is on, they should sit back and see the rise in cases as they have used their hands to cause it.

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  5. My money hang for Atm d FEAR to go complain no gree me

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  6. Since Buharia locked down everyone has been moaning and complaining. The man has lifted the lockdown. Now, Everyman to himself. Yet, you guys are complaining. Examine ourselves. Must we always complain even at our own detriment? This is not good at all

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    1. Anon...the govt are not really listening to people oo...u think its cos we were complaining that dey lifted d lockdown? Funny!

      THEY DONT WANT TO SPEND MONEY!
      Yes I'm shouting.

      After they hav successfully squandered all the money people n countries hav donated u think they hav d masses in mind?

      they know dat if we are on lockdown for a long period of time, they will hav to disburse monies to everyone to manage. Hell dey dnt want to do dat!
      Their I'll gotten money is doe themselves n their precious families! Not for the masses.

      They dnt want any burden on them!

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    2. So now that you know their plan of not wanting to spend money. Why cant you take charge of your life and keep it safe.

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    3. Why are we always the problem? Hunger, domestic violence,
      theft and other crime were on the increase in lock down, yet cases were recorded daily.We felt Government should lift the ban and let individuals take necessary precautionary measures for personal safety as all have learnt from various reliable media platform, yet some people who live in comfortable houses and having huge amount of stored cash are of the opinion that the lock down should be revisited. Na waooo, abeg take personal responsibility and government officials should double or triple THIER effort. Ofcourse cases may rise, treatment responds should rise too

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  7. Lockdown with no palliatives? Haba

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  8. its better, dont know why nigerians are adamant.

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    1. You are the confused one.

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  10. Dear corona virus,odogwu 1 of China ,
    afu dimkpa afu agbagba oria,
    He that gives the whole world emergency public holidays,
    omechiri airport uwa nile,
    The only sickness that made politicians to remain in Nigeria,.
    He that storms the whole world without any permission,
    He that commands all the kukere husbands to stay at home,
    We Nigerians are pleading you to leave our country,πŸ™πŸΌbiko nwokeoma,you've been tested and trusted,
    pls have pity on us and go back to your coven.
    Anyi afugo na anya ma kweta,biko buru ngwogwo gi puo na aha Jesus.
    AmenπŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌ

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    1. Corona virus is trying to go back to its coven but people keep going out and gathering to greet it.

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    2. Oh my God in as much as this your prayer is valid πŸ™πŸ™ it got me rolling

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  11. To my own understanding this thing will go just within a month or 2 at Max
    The govt shld jst give everybody that has bvn at least 10k, open market for about three days for everbody to shop and then lock every body in for 2mnt, put soldies or police everywhere infact house to house movement should be prohibited this thing will definitely die down

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  12. @anonymous 19:29 this is hilariousπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†I don't understand Igbo sha... Please translate

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  13. People are not observing the social distancing in Lagos. Buses and Keke are fully loading with some people not wearing mask.

    It is well o

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    1. Where in Lagos are buses and keke loading to full capacity? We need to send taskforce to the area.

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    2. I hope what you are saying is true..i went out today and danfo buses i saw on the road observed tbe social distancing rule for their passengers...

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    3. Sango ota is terrible. Zero compliance too. Meanwhile there are policemen every where. It's business as usual nothing different.

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  14. Lockdown and die of Hungervirus right?
    With all the sensitization it’s expected everyone protects themselves out there and so if you foolishly allow yourself to be infected that’s on you biko. Your safety is in your own hands

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  15. The market in my area was something else today Kai mutani.

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  16. Even in Onitsha too.You need to see the population in mainmkt and at bridge head'people coming to onitsha from Asaba.

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  17. This life son tired me self. Just don't know why did government treat us like animal coz they realm know wat they are doing so far. Why they must lock us down without palliative? Is better to die with CORONA VIRUS instead for us to die with hunger coz hunger killing slowly. Symptoms of hunger is sickness. Dying gradually. So wat are talking about. Why government can't give us atleast 20k each for just 2month? Pls forward dis so Mr President can know what next step to take coz they can't lock us down with no money. Tanz & God bless Nigeria.

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    1. I haven't been to Nigeria in 18years but this treatment gets to me every time and makes my blood boils, now imagine you guys directly in the condition.... It's just so unfair πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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  18. lagos is next, I wish nigerians will adhere to this
    social distance.so that normal business can continue,
    if not this will be the last resort, a lot of people
    are already broke, and need to go out, but if this continue
    definitely their will be another lock down.

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  19. Why only Abuja when Lagos is worst.

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  20. Is better all d bank branches are opened to observe social distancing

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