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FG asks Nigerians to stay at home if there's no reason to come out, reacts to relocation of Almajiris | Thekokospot

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FG asks Nigerians to stay at home if there’s no reason to come out, reacts to relocation of Almajiris

PublishedBy: in NewsMay 5, 2020


The Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19, PTF,  has advised Nigerians to sit at home, except they have “compelling reasons to go out”.

This comes amid the chaotic scenes around Lagos, Ogun and Abuja after  the ease of Lockdown on Monday.

The two states including the FCT (Abuja)  have been in total lockdown for  five weeks, as the federal government sought to curb the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Meanwhile, Boss Mustapha, who is the Chairman of PTF, and the Secretary to the government of the federation, has urged citizens to play their part to help the government.

“Let me remind you, once more, that this easing up is in phases and those who are permitted to open have clearly been defined.

“Our admonition to Nigerians is that it is still desirable to stay at home if there is no compelling reason to go out and to comply with the measures always, whether at home or not,” Mustapha said during the daily briefing on Monday.

Mustapha also expressed his worry over the deportation of Almajiris from one state to another.

The SGF said the taskforce would engage state governors to put a stop on it for now.

“There has been very noticeable relocation of Almajiris from one state to another, up until yesterday. With the ban on interstate movement, the continuation of this exercise will not be in alignment with the guidelines issued.

“The PTF shall engage with the respective State Governments on how to achieve their objectives,” Mustapha added.

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