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COVID-19: Buhari sends new mesage to Nigerians

Muhammadu Buhari

As the lockdown order continue to take effects in different parts of the country, President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday sent to Nigerians urging them to comply with the restrictions directives.

He noted that the restriction order will enable the nation to defeat the coronavirus while promising more interventions for vulnerable citizens.

Buhari stated this in a statement by his spokesperson, Garba Shehu, expressed appreciation to all Nigerians for their patience, resolve and determination to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control as of the time of filing this report, over 300 cases of the infection have been recorded in Nigeria.

Buhari entreated Nigerians not to waiver in complying with the lockdown order which aims at allowing citizens to observe social distancing to break the cycle of transmission of the novel virus.

He asked Nigerians “to observe restrictions on movement where they are in place, and follow the instructions of our scientists and medical advisers: stay home, wash your hands, save lives.

“All that the government is asking you to endure is because there is no known way of defeating this pandemic (yet). There is no vaccine. And that means there are choices to be made…We cannot expect others to come to our assistance. No one is coming to defeat this virus for us…We cannot wait for others. We can only depend on ourselves. And so we must — and we will — end this outbreak ourselves as Nigerians, together.”

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