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Saturday, May 02, 2020

Nigeria Records 2170 Coronavirus Cases And 68 Official Deaths...

The numbers are still Rising..........

Why are they not adding up the amount of casualties in Kano?








34 comments:

  1. I feel strongly that the government has to rethink it's COVID-19 strategy.
    We simply do not have a national plan to combat the spread of the virus, and if we do have one, it's just not effective.
    I have consistently hammered on the need to scale up testing, contact tracing and quarantine, and then management of infected Nigerians. At each phase, there must be facilities in place.
    BUT the reverse is the case. Infact NCDC is seriously contemplating treating COVID-19 patients in their own homes. Have they considered the mammoth number of doctors and nurses that would be needed for that?
    Yesterday, I read here that they are asking Nigerians to donate their homes. Is this not the height of foolishness. What happened to the hotels, mansions and high rise residential buildings under EFCC seal.
    What trumps it all is that we are relaxing lockdown restrictions at a time when COVID-19 is on a sharp rise.
    Paradox of a nation.

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    1. Copy copy government,follow follow people,Dont mind them they are releasing the lockdown because the U.S is releasing.Yankee that is way better than us medically.I wonderwhat will happen in the next 1month.Very annoying people,Someone that hasn't worked for 2yrs+ is also shouting release the lockdown we are hungry.We go hear am.As for me and my family, the lockdown continues

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    2. Da Epic, I think you are paranoid in your assessment. They asked that BUILDINGS be donated not people's homes and it's only in states that does not have plans. NCDC try o with the contact tracing job o. As stubborn as humans are especially the political class who brought this in in the first place refusing quarantine. Even at that, I still give them thumbs up. The problem now is Kano, the high population, the level of illiteracy, poverty, the bah kwomai attitude of its people and the ineptitude of their governor. Perfect formula for disaster. No NCDC magic can save a people like that. I agree with you that relaxing of lockdown is ill-advised. Many governments of the world are making exactly same mistake; figures are climbing and they are more concerned with their econmy.

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    3. My brother, you are talking of plan? We no get equipment talkless of plan. All the people that are crying that the lockdown should be eased are doing so because of hunger.
      The question is, is it safe to go out now? Answer is NO

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    4. Sapphire, no I'm not paranoid. There must be Therea better word to describe my reaction. You've got to look up your dictionary for that.
      I just didn't stop at picking issues with NCDC asking for buildings to be donated, but went ahead to proffer solution.
      That's being practical rather than the paranoid you used up there.

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    1. Because their religion forbids autopsy!

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  3. COVID 19 is official in the whole of Nigeria!!!
    😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  4. The numbers are increasing and Nigerians are still anxious to go about! I know people are hungry and things are hard but before corona nobody wan die and we used to say hinger no dey kee person. Let’s protect ourselves people, the government will sit in government houses while they ease movement for the masses to go and catch their deaths.

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  5. Many states aren’t testing. It’s only when someone shows up somewhere. I know for a fact Anambra my state isn’t,
    Covid19 is worse than many assume in Nigeria. Many think it’s a joke or don’t understand just how bad it can be...

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  6. To think the lockdown would be relaxed on Monday is a great scare. Can they revisit that conclusion? This is not funny at all.

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    1. Exactly.... I'm so scared to resume work on Monday. God Please help us.

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  7. Because the bodies were not tested.
    At this rate, they should just assume everyone in Kano has it and Lock the state down totally.

    The fact they are trying not to test doesn't mean ppl don't have it... It's just tiring abeg.

    May God help us at this point.

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  8. With all the level of restrictions, the number keeps increasing.
    What are we not doing right?

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    1. The restriction is a joke.

      My brother came back from Lagos last week out of his own will, and now he is sick.

      There is nothing we could have done and we can't even quarantine him because we've got no space.

      See me here praying that it is not this virus but just Malaria. I'm really scared, very scared. I'm trying not to be but I can't help it. I'm just praying.

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    2. There was nothing you could do, you say? Did you read about the man that refused his son entry into the house cos he came from Lagos, against advice. I seriously pray for you guys that your brother's sickness is mere malaria, else una go really sabi what you should be done.

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    3. Let him keep taking lemon ginger garlic in warm water.He's gonna be fine

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    4. There is no where the numbers aren’t increasing. Lockdown has prevented us from the Italian situation.

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    5. Dear anon,

      I have read that boiling ginger, garlic and uda (negro pepper) and consuming warm helps at this time. Also inhaling orange peels infused in hot water. You cannot go wrong with this

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  9. And work resumes on Monday.
    Am really bothered about exposing my family to the risk of exposure.
    Please what business can I set up with 50k??
    I wish I had another source of income especially when my safety is being compromised .
    😩😩😒

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  10. Casualties in Kano?
    There was Ebola, Lassa fever and why do you think this is not a yet to be identified illness.
    We should be worried about that possibility too.
    They have been stating that the cause of deaths is unknown, what we should be asking is what then is the cause of this sudden deaths and the actual numbers of casualties?
    Why isn’t there researches to identity the cause of deaths.
    The symptoms of this unidentified illness is not same as CoVid 19.
    Kano state govt is being reckless with both the unknown killer illness and Covid19

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  11. It's unfortunate that Kano does not understand the gravity of this pendemic. Given the numbers that has come in just less than 2weeks, it's safe to conclude that Kano has the highest number of the cases. It's been underreported because of inadequate and late testing. It's ravamged the state already. Relaxing the lockdown is paradoxical given the high spate of confirmed cases. However, Nigerians are caught between loss of job, hunger and lack of palliatives to sustain the lockdown and stepping out and be exposed to the lockdown. The government sincerely has failed to create a balance between these two dangerous uncertainties. The government isn't helping with palliatives, it locked down the affected states for a month and within the time it merely conducted less than 11000 test out of which we have 2k confirmed cases; the government' is not making promises of speeding up the test nor assuring steps to share safety masks. Ironically, it is begging for ventilators and buildings from it's citizens and the world. You begin to ponder on what's done with all the billions donated. Or the loans gotten. More loans. Audio palliatives. No accountability nor accessibility. Ironically, Access bank after donating a billion is seeking to sack its employees. Sad times indeed. No government plans for it's citizens in creating any form of balance but a bold statement telling Nigerians that they are on their own. It's a sad time, but we pray we get through this

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  12. This number is making me sad

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  13. The numbers keep increasing everyday
    Lord have mercy on children πŸ™πŸ™

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  14. Oh God! Lagos has reached a thousand cases... God please show mercy.

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  15. There is a BV in Kano that complained she had been sick for 5days and her symptons were that of corona, I think her name is Ummie something. I haven't seen her comment since that day.

    I hope you are getting better?. If you see this, can you update us on your wellbeing?

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    1. Anyone who has her contact should please contact her and update us. I pray she is ok now

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    2. Indiana, she's okay. I've been wondering about her for days and after I dropped the comment above, I went digging and saw her contact on IHN of Feb, 2017. I've spoken with her and she said she's feeling better. Thank God.

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    3. That's good. Thank God

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  16. Please cross Riverians stay safe.Ayade lock up all the lockable,even the riverside ,no boat should be allowed in from oron or Cameroun or even creek town cos akwaibomites may pass through creek town in.

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  17. I don't know for any other state ooo but for zamfara covid cases it is a pure lie. It is all about politics, this am so sure of

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  18. I saw the figures yesterday, honestly for the first time I was worried
    I dont know what will happen in Nigeria in the next coming months
    our health care is completely zero, God please have mercy on the poor.

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