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Monday, May 04, 2020

Coronavirus - Day 1 Of Easing The Lockdown In Lagos

Nigerians DO NOT hear word!!!
Today is just day one of the easing of the COVID 19 lockdown but Lagosians are already showing that they cannot be governed by rules...

The rest of the World is easing lockdown but the people are following the directiveS to social distance and wear masks to curb the further spread...




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52 comments:

  1. I saw drove pass about three branches of GTB and they were all crowded.

    Please if we can, let's avoid going to the bank for now till like next week.

    I dey my house till Wednesday. I just stroll go buy something for spar.

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    1. Please stay at home o ,
      Ah this is truly crazy.

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  2. Why are most people ignorant..

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    1. I told my mom
      That its ignorance and wickedness that would cause the spread in Nigeria.
      And looking at the way it's going I was right.

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    2. This has rendered the last 4 weeks shut down useless

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  3. My family & I are in no hurry to hit the roads. We called everyone and it was agreed lockdown continues. Let's see how this week goes.

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  4. Oya now! Let's go there..na here coro go fear Nigerians

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  5. I blame the govt for giving directives to ease the lockdown.

    Do Nigerians look like people who can obey simple law? What are the measures put in place to make sure the rule of social distancing is obeyed?

    Kaduna State that doesn't have up to Lagos State case gave us 30days even though it's not easy but we will surely pull through and now they have created neighborhood market so community transmission can be reduced to the barest minimum.

    May God keep us all safe, especially my parents and siblings in Lagos.

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  6. Are the scenes we are seeing now not enough proof that Nigerians are Nigerians and people of Kano, Abuja, Aba and Lagos behave essentially the same when it comes to physical distancing? All notions of "Northerners" vs. "Southerners" are hereby rendered null and void 😂

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  7. And now the real problem begin...

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  8. Lord have Mercy!!!!!!
    👀🤯 kai this is all shades of wrong 🙆‍♀️,

    I was actually hoping there would be task force at the bus stops and hopefully banks and other places to coordinate and enforce social distancing,

    Please if you do not have any reason to be out , stay at home !!!

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  9. Very stubborn set of people

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  10. Majority of Nigerians have an undiagnosed special mental disorder.

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    1. Swears!!! Things like this is sickening,everyone suddenly forgot why there was a lockdown in first place....Jeeeeez

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    2. This is funny

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  11. Now what's the essence of sitting at home for one month when it will later come to this? If u guys don't pity yourself, please pity those health workers. Don't overwhelm them please cos some haven't seen their families for weeks!!!

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    1. Don't mind them.

      If you hear the reason half of those boys came out to collect money you will cry.
      Orijin and Scoochie runs.

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    2. They should pity the health workers. Nigerians are too stubborn, it’s very hard for them to follow instructions. I just pray lockdown ease doesn’t hit us hard

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  12. The taskforce officials should be at those strategic places like bus stops and banks to avoid close contacts.

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    1. Are they goats that you need to chase around with a stick? That’s one reason I love it in France and even the entire Europe, they respect rules. There’s civilization

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    2. Well if you say Europe that is Good,come and see naija ancestors in USA yesterday at the National mall in Washington D.C.,they were like flies on s--t,leaves me wondering if naija and US don't share the same bloodline,watched it on CNN

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  13. Ah Ah! We no dey hear word for this country oo. We were are home and scored 2,588. what will happen after 3 days? Oga di po po. Even in my office, i have over distanced myself from my colleagues, make person wey carry no go mention my name for close contact i no get strength to shout.

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  14. Nigeria my country....i fear for the number of cases we might see in 2 weeks time😢

    we should learn to help ourselves for crying out loud if not the next lockdown might last for months as we lack the necessary isolation center facilities to curb a wider spread of this virus, but nigerians will always take everything for granted even their own lives 🤦🏽‍♂️

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  15. Na wa o
    All it takes is one infected person to be in this crowd and the number of positive cases will rapidly increase.
    Lifting this lockdown was not the best idea 🤦🏽‍♀️

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  16. GTB in my area has stopped operation when they couldn’t control the crowd
    Zenith rented a canopy and chair for their customers same as fidelity too
    UBA shares same building with my office, the crowd outside the bank is mad and they are attending to 10 people at a time
    Reporting live from Mushin!!
    Peace out ✌️

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  17. Lagos is a timing bomb waiting to explode.
    Our leaders will be locked up in their houses, while those who can’t afford good health care will jeopardize themselves. See them with cloth mask sef

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    1. Don’t mind time, small time they will start blaming the government for not adhering to instructions.

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  18. Lagos is over-populated.
    I was wondering how they would manage the largely uneducated masses and get them to practice social distancing in markets like Computer Village, Ladipo, Mushin, Balogun.

    Most markets in Lagos and other States can best be described as 'dirt markets' with unpaved floors etc.

    Lagos State also has more slums than well-planned areas.

    Other States that are not densely populated have lower incidents of Covid-19 infections.
    I wish the FG had foresight to open up other sea ports several years ago but sectionalism blinded them.

    Government should plan and build cities to evenly spread the population and in anticipation of exploding population.

    Wake up call.

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  19. I fear 😱 for my people

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  20. Until they start seeing dead bodies on the streets that's when the will understand that coro no be joke.

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  21. Stay safe good people of SDk.

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  22. See their stubborn heads.
    This physical distancing didn't even enter their heads.
    How people hate themselves to be playing with their health.
    Not only that the more the virus spreads the more they extend the lock down, the more hunger bites.

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  23. this is crazy, Lagos people please hep yourselves since the government cannot help you.

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  24. Tomorrow they will say its the northerners that is killing us. Just imagine the crowd in a time like this

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  25. This is time bomb waiting to explode.

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  26. Why is it difficult to obey simple instructions. Covid19 is no joke !

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  27. The only thing most Nigerians know how to do is steal, 419, drugs, prostitution kidnapping, raping, giving birth to multiple children, lie, bleach and make jokes out of everything. Yet you guys call yourself the giant of Africa. You wish. Nigeria is a cursed nation and it will get worse if you guys don't change. We afroamericans are better than ya'll despite our own shortcomings.

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    1. You are mad. Go and take your drugs.

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    2. Not when you live on welfare/and child support...with uneducated and unemployed African Americans..no you are not!

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  28. Don't worry about being uncomfortable wearing masks. that's how you felt when you started using condoms. Eventually you will get used to it. please stay safe.

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  29. You see this Wike man he has shown true leadership. Portharcourt is on total lockdown from Thursday. He no send una yeye president!

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  30. What are they are doing in the bank?

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  31. Just today, a Union bank staff died of Covid 19.
    A Citibank Headoffice Staff just tested positive too.

    All ye Nigerians that are in a hurry to see Bankers’ faces, be warned. Anybody is a suspect, including your beautiful and handsome bankers.

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  32. Yea, news is out on Union Bank’s staff case. You heard the Citibank Staff case here first.😉

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