• Wed. Jun 29th, 2022

Let’s not rejoice yet the lockdown would continue, FG declares

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The Federal Government of Nigeria has once again come out to say that Nigerians should not join rejoice because igniting 2553 total cases is not a thing to toil with.

The All Progressive Congress, APC, led-administration has formally succumbed to the pressure mounted by the main opposition party PDP questioning why they should is the lockdown based on statistics on the ground with the numbers of coronavirus cases which is on the increase on daily basis.

Today, Nigeria has a total number of 2553 confirmed cases of the coronavirus epidemic which is gradually taking over the health system all over the world and our government is not prepared to face this scourge as they ought to do if this pandemic continues.

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With the in-depth analysis provided by the opposition party through their PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, Who raised the alarm yesterday that Nigeria is toiling with the health of our citizen’s which is a great indication of lack of direction in the part of the APC lead administration.

In so doing the episode ministration has decided to declare that the only wanted to see how the behavioral attitude of Nigerians will be as regards to letting people go out on their normal business quests as the coronavirus issue has virtually destroyed our economy this is a fact we cannot run away from.

With this recent developments, this shows that the opposition party is actually doing what is expected of them have been in power for 16 years and what everybody in Nigeria today is experiencing is a government that shows lack of direction in the implementation of taking care of its citizens through the simple palliative measure that the government was supposed to put to use for the benefit of our citizens all over Nigeria.

I have no doubt that if Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, we are to be in power at this time there would have been adequate measures put in place to fix this scourge taking the case of Ebola as an example.

We have no doubt that this lockdown would continue after proper examination of the attitudes Nigerians would exhibit to avoid social distancing and the administration headed by President Muhammadu Buhari would have no option than to continue with the total lockdown if days spread of coronavirus continues in the country.

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