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Friday, May 01, 2020

Governor Ganduje Appeals To FG To Relax Lockdown In Kano State

Following the rise in COVID-19 cases and the strange deaths in the state, President Muhammadu Buhari had ordered a total lockdown in Kano which took effect on Monday but Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of Kano state, has appealed for an urgent ease of the 14-day total lockdown imposed on the state.






The governor said it is important to relax the lockdown for a while in order to ease the hardship in the state, especially in the holy month of Ramadan.

Speaking on Thursday at the government house where he inaugurated a panel of experts to support the state task force technical committee;he said..


“We would engage the presidential task force on COVID-19 to seek permission to relax the total lockdown imposed on Kano,” he said.

''We are making this appeal on behalf of our people who are presently running out of food items. We would love the federal government to relax the lockdown for a period of time to enable people stock their homes, especially now that majority of us are fasting. It will also ease the economic hardship in the state.”


From The Cable


NO!!!!...Kano state should be locked down until further notice!!!!

66 comments:

  1. The Original ShugarGirl1 May 2020 at 12:21

    Hmm!

    This olodo gwavanor again.

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    1. but dem.dey fast already ...makes it easier doesn't it ?

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    2. Muderer! Is it until it starts with his family and those close to him that he'll understand? Next election make una vote this type again

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    3. Is this man alright??

      Anon 13:42_ exactly, so it makes it easy for them.

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    4. Seriously, there is something wrong with this man, what lockdown is he speaking of. When people are roaming freely on main roads and the markets are still open. It seems he wants every one to be infected by this virus. This Hausa people are just living their lives as if, there is no virus in the state. Lord help Us. If no be say I be essential worker, wetin I go dey look for outside.

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    5. The man is not alright Golibe. To think he has a PHD baffles me. Such incompetence.

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    6. There’s something seriously wrong with Ganduje! He’s not ok at all!! 😳😳😳

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    7. But oga Gandollar, people go to the small small markets nah...
      I dey enta those small small market with my hand gloves and face mask nah.
      Hausa people don't store food at home but prefer to buy on daily basis... Like kaya mia things.
      O God help us... This man no know wetin him dey talk.

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  2. Religion has rendered this governor and his people brainless.

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  3. Who made this man a Governor? Sheesh man!

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    1. Confused human being. He isn't getting the money he hoped for, now he wants out.

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    2. Lady white...Who will give him the money kwa nu...The man is sick seriously. Kano is so rich yet nothing to show for it.

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  4. Kano people, see who you elected into office.. Kano has the third highest number of cases and the governor wants the lockdown to be relaxed. Who are those advising him. The lockdown may not be convenient but it is very necessary at this point. They should bear for a while knowing that it's for their own good.

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    1. Second not third o. Kano is after Lagos;Ganduje, you wanna be a Governor over dead bodies?

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    2. Thank you orire. I didn't check the stat properly this morning

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    3. As at yesterday's report, Kano is topping the chart.
      Kano has overtaken Lagos.

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  5. This man is definitely not okay upstairs, nutcase.

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  6. is he not intrested in the 15billiion again, they should keep on increasing the number thinking allocation is given by state with highest case. i doubt the authenticity of those cases. They are just politicizing this whole thing. my opinion and i am entitled it,you like come and start wailing under my comment

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    1. I love your brain. My naivety and focus on the crisis did not even allow me to think of the possibility that they may be allowing ppl to get sick in the expectations of getting more money because they have more cases. What if this is truly their reasoning? Chilling. It is quite plausible when you see the lack of direction and response, medical personnel expected to work without protection and no push to set up isolation centers or public service announcements provided.

      Can someone just sack this Governor and put in a replacement. He lacks critical thinking skills. If he was a woman they would say he got the position by lying on her back, did he get the position from staying on his knees? Were these ppl not poor before the illness, but you didn't do anything to alleviate their poverty. Now disease is running rampant even killing your prominent ppl and you are not talking about anything medical or trying to help them to stay alive, you want to ease restrictions to spread more disease. People need to stop moving about. Find some way of doing food distribution healthily to your poor people. Ask for military assistance if you need it, go setup isolation centers, get PPEs for medical personnel. Setup strict social distancing rules even for men with multiple wives and different family homes. Put in a no moving about except for essentials. Stop trying to kill off innocent people to profit from it. Mtschhw

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    2. Because of that N15b he requested, his people stop taking the covid 19 serious.

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  7. The governor, the people, and even their cows in that kanu have lost it. Yeye dey smell. They should continue.

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  8. This governor should resign already! He's not in his right frame of mind.

    The lockdown in Kano should continue for another two months at least. And it should be a total lockdown.

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  9. This man is not a serious person at all!!!!

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  10. Sometimes, I wonder how this man thinks or reasons!!

    Let me not say what's on my mind sha......🚶‍♂️🚶‍♂️🚶‍♂️

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  11. SEe uncle, Uncle wey MUMU

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    1. ..Uncle wey get bag inside him babariga

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    2. Bag abi well? Very deep rijiya.

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  12. They shouldn't oh the death rate is on the high side.Ghali Umar Na’Abba, the Former Speaker of Nigeria’s House of Representatives is dead.He died in Kano

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  13. I pray this man get this Coro, then he will know it is serious. Read online of nabba former speaker is dead in kano because of coro.

    This mumu is using Ramadan to ease the lockdown. Once this Coro gets to his house, he will do the needful

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  14. Wow.
    I’m just short of words rn.

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  15. Wow.
    I’m just short of words rn.

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  16. I think there is something this governor is not tell us .

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  17. What is wrong with this man!! Why should it be what the people want that you want to do!!! Abi are you planning to depopulate your people..Low grade minded leaders

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  18. Ganduje is the devil himself!

    Nigerians, let's vote good people into power so as to avoid this evil mistakes

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    1. We are but our votes doesn't count

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    2. @M³
      The problem is there are more people that sell their votes than people that vote the people they desire .

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  19. What is this man saying🤷

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  20. Stella, I agree with you. Kano state should be on lockdown. They have 80 new cases. Fee weeks ago, a LOT of people died, and this Governor is saying this.

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    1. I heard from a close relative that 800 people are dead

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  21. this is crazy 😳
    Please if you are in Kano , stay safe please , do not take this for granted , this virus is REAL .
    LET us not cause our loved ones pain 💔 out of ignornace please 🙏.

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  22. Lockdown it should be for Kano State.

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  23. This Ganduje is a joke of a governor.for real????

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  24. This governor Ehennn😣

    Is it until half of Kano people finish dying (God forbid) that he will understand the magnitude of the issue on ground? 😏

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  25. This man isn't even qualified to be a local government chairman.

    How the hell did he become a governor?😠

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  26. Ha! Mouth wide open* Is this one okay like this? Wasn’t it yesterday Kano recorded 80 cases?

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  27. People that has no value for life. Its a pity that they are moving into other localities.

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  28. Na wah ooh this kind governor. He is playing with the life of his people. God forbid

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  29. Is like this man is not serious

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  30. When they all die who will eat the stocked up food? Smh for Kano

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  31. I think this man is senseless to imagine such from a leader.

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  32. this is so erratic for my liking

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  33. Foolish man. I feel like punching him in the face arrrggghhh

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    1. 😂😂😂😂 you are permitted to punch some senses into him

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  34. With the increase number of affected persona coming out of kano daily? you the number one citizen of the state who is suppose to put your state and citizens in order is asking for the lockdown to be lifted?🙆🏽‍♂️

    Now i see you are only good at collecting bribes in dollars🤦🏽‍♂️.....i bet if you are bribed with dollars to make sure your state lockdown continues then you will adhere to it🙄

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  35. He's definately joking.. There lockdown is not ending anytime soon

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  36. This man need medical attention abeg... What of we in Abuja that have been in lockdown for the past 4 weeks? Did we die? Just one week of lockdown and Ganduje want to tear boxer enter market... None sense governor...

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  37. The presidency needs to take some raw dollars to ganduje to out in his cap for him to understand why this lockdown is necessary. That is the only language he understands. As for those bothers and sisters in Kano who are fasting, try meditating on the words of Mohammed where he said you are given leaders according to the way your heart is. In other words, the people in power are exactly what the followers deserve. Even those of us who are not fasting are doing a lot of thinking on this.

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