Lockdown: All Markets, Churches, Mosques, Banks Should Be Closed From 13th July (Opinion)
It’s well known that the Federal government of Nigeria initially declared the closure of the country’s economy and many other sectors such as religious gathering, schools, financial institutions, airports, interstate travels, markets and so on when the country’s COVID-19 cases started increasing.
This was done in oder to curtail the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria. Eventually the Federal government eased the ban placed on those sectors mentioned above remaining the ban on school resumption.
The decision of gradual relaxation of lockdown that was taken by the federal government has proven abortive and led to significant increase in the country’s coronavirus cases.
Although, the Federal government shouldn’t be blamed for easing the lockdown because it was what Nigerians asked for.
Ever since the President of Nigeria, Mohammadu Buhari approved the first and second phase of gradual easing of lockdown in Nigeria, the country’s coronavirus cases have been increasing relentlessly.
Till date, Nigeria has recorded over 30,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus and yet the deadly disease is not reducing in any way.
In my opinion, All Banks, markets, churches, mosques, interstate borders and all other sectors should go on another as from Monday 13th of July 2020. If this is not done the deadly disease will continue to multiply and it might get out of control.
Moreover, imposing a new lockdown will help reduce the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria.
What’s your opinion on this?
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