Coronavirus: See The Two Nigerian States Refusing To Close Schools And Places Of Worship


Coronavirus: See The Two Nigerian States Refusing To Close Schools And Places Of Worship

Well, they are Edo state and Awka Ibom state.

Edo State

The Edo state government has said that there is no arrangement to close down schools and places of love in the wake of the pandemic.

Gaze Governor Obaseki made this known when he got religious leaders from the state in his office on Friday March twentieth.

He said there is no requirement for anybody in the state to freeze as his governmenet has taken proper measures to forestall the importation of the infection into the state. He anyway included that his legislature has set up measures to manage the spread of the infection on the off chance that it in the long run discovers its way to the state.

Akwa Ibom State

Governor Emmanuel Udom of Akwa Ibom states has said that there are no designs to close down schools in the state because of the pandemic.

In a state wide communicate conveyed on Saturday morning, Governor Udom said that there is no affirmed instance of malady in Akwa Ibom State and that indeed, the measures set up at the state air terminal to check the spread of the infection into the state, is complete and has no equal anyplace in West Africa.

He spoke to inhabitants of the state to hold fast carefully to preventive measures so they don’t contact the infection.

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