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Apr 4, 2020

Covid-19: Hope Rises As Buhari May Stop The Lock Down Soon If Nigerians Do These Things

Covid-19: Hope Rises As Buhari May Stop The Lock Down Soon If Nigerians Do These Things

The lockdown ordered by the federal government led by President Muhammadu Buhari on during his public address to the nation which will took effect in some states in Nigeria is actually the first of its kind in this recent time following the spread of the novel Corona Virus in the country.

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After some cases of the Corona Virus code-named COVID-19 were recorded in some states in the country, the federal and state governments came up with strategies on how to prevent the spread of the deadly virus so as to save more lives. Since more case of the virus were recorded in Lagos State, The Federal Capital Territory- Abuja and the need to protect its spread to Ogun State which is very close to Lagos; the federal government therefore declared lockdown in those states.

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Although, a few cases have been recorded in Ekiti State, Akwa Ibom State, Ondo State and a few others, there is the more pressing need to start the containment process from the most affected ones which are Lagos, Abuja, and Ogun. Apart from the lockdown, the federal and state governments also encourage the citizens to practice social distancing, good hygiene, wash their hands always with soap and use sanitizers to clean their hands always a ways of staying safe.

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The 14 days lockdown in has lasted for barely five days, but many residents of the affected states and Abuja are lamenting that it has taken a serious toll on them since their means of livelihood are affected. Even their ways of life are also affected as they do not live life as before. Most importantly, most of them are already begging the federal government to end the lockdown so that they can go about their businesses to fend for themselves and their families and live life as before.

However, the federal government has warned of consequences if people do not comply with the lockdown and other directives given to them to abide by in order to contain further spread of the virus. The federal government assured that the lockdown would be ended soon if the people behave themselves well and do what they were directed to do as well as observe the lockdown order.

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Speaking on what Nigerians should do for the government to end the lockdown, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed who is also a member of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 advised the people to obey government's directives on social distancing, practise good hygiene and avoid gatherings. Mohammed assured that if Nigerians do these and obey other directives of the federal government aimed containing the spread of the virus, then after the two weeks, Nigerians would resume their normal life.

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He went on to warn of the consequences of Nigerians not obeying the order of the government to stay at home and observe the preventives measures given to them. According to him, the federal government could extend the 14 days lockdown if Nigerians living in Lagos, Ogun and Abuja do not obey the directives. He warned them not to take it for a joke but to treat it with all the seriousness it deserves.

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President Buhari on the evening of Sunday 29th March, 2020 ordered the lockdown in Lagos, Ogun and Abuja. Apart from Ogun that did not start on Monday 30th March after getting approval for extension till Friday, the lockdown has entered day 5 in Lagos and Abuja. So, if the residents comply, then in 9 days from today, the lockdown will end and life will go normal except if there is compelling need to extend it again or if the residents refuse to fully comply with the directives.

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As at Friday night, there were a total of 210 cases in Nigeria and four deaths. The cooperation of Nigerians is needed to contain the spread of the deadly virus. So, they need to obey the government directives to stay safe and save more lives.

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