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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by tejiritex(m): 7:34pm On Mar 19
NgwalandAbia:
Your evil plan for nigeria will catch up with you why not use the Abuja mosque ode

At least your miracle pastor can heal them

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by sassysure: 7:34pm On Mar 19
Kingzeez10:

You're the one that type without reasoning, show me any mosque that can contain 2000 people at a go in this country
Then use it as it is.
Will u as a Moslem agree to enter church for treatment or vise versa?
Abegi make I hear word.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by prekumohtim(m): 7:34pm On Mar 19
HigherEd:
Considering the fact that Nigeria as it is currently run does not have the capacity to build a 1000 bed hospital in just days. It is imperative to identify already existing resources that can be used to cater for thousands of infected patients in a potential outbreak.

Amazingly, in terms of structure, some enclosed Nigerian buildings may prove so useful for a whole number of reasons. Personally, I have always argued that government should work with churches and incorporate their facilities with NEMA as potential temporal facilities to accommodate large numbers of people during intense national crisis. Of course, there's need for government to build her own facilities as the Churches built theirs for a reason.

But with the Covid19 potential outbreak, Churches are not going to be operational for the large part. So government should begin initiating contacts with churches to see if their facilities are suitable for makeshift hospitals in case of a potential outbreak.

1st: Faith Tabernacle Ota:

Faith Tabernacle Ota is one of the largest free span structure currently existing anywhere in the world. Worth billions of Naira. The facility can accommodate 53,000 worshippers at any given time. It can therefore accommodate between 3,000 - 3,500 beds. With it being fully Air conditioned, it is independent of external ventilation.
Another feature which makes it an ideal place for mass treatment of potential infected patients from South West Nigeria is that it is run by an independent power plant with a 21 year record of having 24/7 electricity.

Lastly, a two minutes drive eastward into the Church's university is one of the country's most viable molecular and virology laboratories, which can be used to test patients.


China built huge facilities within the space of few days. Buhari should be ready to do the same since he bluntly refused to close the border against effected nations
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by OgunLaakaye: 7:42pm On Mar 19
prekumohtim:



China built huge facilities within the space of few days. Buhari should be ready to do the same since he bluntly refused to close the border against effected nations

Which country has closed it's boarder?

You people just like talking trash.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by obillyj(f): 7:42pm On Mar 19
Senseless post. Is the church only religious body that has big facilities? What happened to mosques that hardly have seats in them? Why cant d national mosque in abuja be used for that purpose? Why can't they be used? After claiming d church is extorting members to build big facilities, you now want to benefit from it. Hypocrisy.
Oh so the church can be useful now. Rubbish

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Btruth: 7:43pm On Mar 19
cRobo:
I seriously doubt if the owner of those facilities will allow it to be used


I won't say a word
.......and why won't they?
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by africanpride1: 7:44pm On Mar 19
HigherEd:
Considering the fact that Nigeria as it is currently run does not have the capacity to build a 1000 bed hospital in just days. It is imperative to identify already existing resources that can be used to cater for thousands of infected patients in a potential outbreak.

Amazingly, in terms of structure, some enclosed Nigerian buildings may prove so useful for a whole number of reasons. Personally, I have always argued that government should work with churches and incorporate their facilities with NEMA as potential temporal facilities to accommodate large numbers of people during intense national crisis. Of course, there's need for government to build her own facilities as the Churches built theirs for a reason.

But with the Covid19 potential outbreak, Churches are not going to be operational for the large part. So government should begin initiating contacts with churches to see if their facilities are suitable for makeshift hospitals in case of a potential outbreak.

1st: Faith Tabernacle Ota:

Faith Tabernacle Ota is one of the largest free span structure currently existing anywhere in the world. Worth billions of Naira. The facility can accommodate 53,000 worshippers at any given time. It can therefore accommodate between 3,000 - 3,500 beds. With it being fully Air conditioned, it is independent of external ventilation.
Another feature which makes it an ideal place for mass treatment of potential infected patients from South West Nigeria is that it is run by an independent power plant with a 21 year record of having 24/7 electricity.

Lastly, a two minutes drive eastward into the Church's university is one of the country's most viable molecular and virology laboratories, which can be used to test patients.
grin grin grin Wickedness is you!
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Offpoint: 7:44pm On Mar 19
ajl:
Useless people, they know how to build big churches that can contain 50,000 worshippers but can't build facilities that will serve life-threatening purposes.
This is one of the most dumbest, stupidest and idiotic comment I've ever read. At no time of your continous incoherent blabbing have you said anything that can be consider rational.

Like building facilities that will serve life threatening purpose, really? are they your government or are you this naturally dumb?

Next time if you don't have anything reasonable or sensible to say, just upload a picture please.

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by HDVideos: 7:45pm On Mar 19
obillyj:
Senseless post. Is the church only religious body that has big facilities? What happened to mosques that hardly have seats in them? Why cant d national mosque in abuja be used for that purpose? Why can't they be used? After claiming d church is extorting members to build big facilities, you now want to benefit from it. Hypocrisy.
Oh so the church can be useful now. Rubbish

Please clamour for this to also reach front page, Nairaland shouldn't be biased

https://www.nairaland.com/5744970/coronavirus-5-nigerian-mosques-buildings
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Rhyzer: 7:47pm On Mar 19
I'll recommend the start by preparing this building wasting away in Lagos belonging to federal government. I believe more of such are every in other states and not just one of such in Lagos.

https://www.nairaland.com/2853532/deplorable-state-lagos-federal-secretariat
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by okunola1: 7:47pm On Mar 19
HigherEd
I'm not but rather you need a brain reset if it's so difficult for you to differentiate between an isolation center and rescue for hurricane. Again, go back to your irresponsible government to do the needful with the tax they collect. Churches are not isolation centres
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by OgunLaakaye: 7:47pm On Mar 19
fkj950ax:


Forgive me if I say your post is a bit malicious and biased.
To respond to your posts, these church buildings can't be used as health centres because they don't have internal walls to create "rooms" for patients to be isolated from each other.

Highly infectious diseases aren't treated in open places.
These churches also don't have plumbing (inflow and outflow) in these big spaces you are looking at.

The cost of building temp walls for cubicles and also running plumbing and restrictive ventillation (air condition) for each cubicle will be crazy, it's better to just build health facilities from scratch

You need to first get the meaning of a pandemic before making a point.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by TUANKU(m): 7:52pm On Mar 19
Originality007:



you as dumb as ur name sound, Is Abuja central mosque not big enough? oponu
Caveman.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by IrohLove: 7:54pm On Mar 19
OgunLaakaye:


You need to first get the meaning of a pandemic before making a point.

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by fkj950ax(m): 7:57pm On Mar 19
OgunLaakaye:


You need to first get the meaning of a pandemic before making a point.


Not to bother...
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by TAYO124: 8:04pm On Mar 19
Can you say the same about any mosque without heavy backlash against you? Forum moderators where are you on this?
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by HDVideos: 8:07pm On Mar 19
TAYO124:
Can you say the same about any mosque without heavy backlash against you? Forum moderators where are you on this?

Please read this post. The moderators have refused to move it to front page. Nairaland has an agenda, Seun, Lalasticlala and Mynd44 know what they are doing.

https://www.nairaland.com/5744970/coronavirus-5-nigerian-mosques-buildings
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Codes151(m): 8:11pm On Mar 19
Mosque nko?
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by larica69: 8:13pm On Mar 19
Chai, see gbege. Church has been roped.

I remember durin Katrina, yankee marine take over Joel Osteen 50,000 seater dome. Baba wan para but heavy pressure won the day. Emergency situation emergency approach. May God bless our pastors for having this camp idea. Ideal places to worship and also quarantine.

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by misterme(m): 8:15pm On Mar 19
Particularly, since Nigeria is plagued with uniquely useless political leaders.



I no fit laff o

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Dollypie20(f): 8:16pm On Mar 19
Your wish with not come to pass cos any of dis rubbish you just spat won't be necessary. Corona virus won't have ground in Nigeria talk less of needing a treatment centre. It's going back the same way it came.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Kay25(m): 8:17pm On Mar 19
NgwalandAbia:
Your evil plan for nigeria will catch up with you why not use the Abuja mosque ode
good one
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by GiftedD: 8:20pm On Mar 19
cRobo:
I seriously doubt if the owner of those facilities will allow it to be used


I won't say a word

And why will they allow Govt to use those Facilities ?

Any one that comes into Power and a Motive only to loot, loot and loot. Nobody has any dream for the Nation Healthcare System.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by pmoye: 8:20pm On Mar 19
Neither does being a Christian automatically give you authority to suggest that other persons' properties be taken up by the government for whatever purpose.
The government should go and be responsible instead of looking for private individuals to bail them out. How long should it have taken a responsible government to have erected structures that serve as triage sites in every region at least?
It will amount to a high level of irresponsibility for private individuals to cover up for a mediocre government. If the government was up and doing in time past, that's another matter. If the spiritual business men to whom the church buildings belong voluntarily offer their properties for the use of the government it is a different thing. But to allow government into these expensive structures would be tantamount to inviting callous people into the buildings who are likely going to leave damages behind.

HigherEd:

Remember, corona does not discriminate between church goers and atheist. I sincerely believe these are the only facilities that can bed thousands of patients at the same time. Particularly, since Nigeria is plagued with uniquely useless political leaders.

It's not like patients are going to be there forever anyway. And once population of infected decreases to below 200 they can be relocated to proper hospitals and the Church facilities thoroughly disinfected.

I wrote about this because I'm a Christian. I didn't include mosque as I do not have the authority to write on that. But any true Church should be willing to help in a national crisis
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by NairaMaster1(m): 8:22pm On Mar 19
ProudlyAfarmer:




You are shaking a very big table! 8









Church empty headed boys and girls will come hard on you grin





If you think your head is full and not empty try create a thread like this on MOSQUES and see how the muslims will help COVID-19 finish the job.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by NairaMaster1(m): 8:24pm On Mar 19
NgwalandAbia:
Your evil plan for nigeria will catch up with you why not use the Abuja mosque ode

They know it's only christianity that will accommodate their excesses.

They won't try this with the MOSQUE
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Matrimonous: 8:30pm On Mar 19
So no mosque can serve for the housing of corvid-19 or is it a disease for Christians?
Mtcheeeeeeew.

Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by X0012(m): 8:37pm On Mar 19
Because its end time and the war is originally against the church (Religion)
A fight between light and darkness.
Devil and God.
It get more ugly year in year out until rapture.
Trust me the worse is yet to come.



MasterKernel:



Why didn't you add all the Stadiums, Mosques and Large factories?
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by Cityqueengirl(f): 8:39pm On Mar 19
HigherEd:
Considering the fact that Nigeria as it is currently run does not have the capacity to build a 1000 bed hospital in just days. It is imperative to identify already existing resources that can be used to cater for thousands of infected patients in a potential outbreak.

Amazingly, in terms of structure, some enclosed Nigerian buildings may prove so useful for a whole number of reasons. Personally, I have always argued that government should work with churches and incorporate their facilities with NEMA as potential temporal facilities to accommodate large numbers of people during intense national crisis. Of course, there's need for government to build her own facilities as the Churches built theirs for a reason.

But with the Covid19 potential outbreak, Churches are not going to be operational for the large part. So government should begin initiating contacts with churches to see if their facilities are suitable for makeshift hospitals in case of a potential outbreak.

1st: Faith Tabernacle Ota:

Faith Tabernacle Ota is one of the largest free span structure currently existing anywhere in the world. Worth billions of Naira. The facility can accommodate 53,000 worshippers at any given time. It can therefore accommodate between 3,000 - 3,500 beds. With it being fully Air conditioned, it is independent of external ventilation.
Another feature which makes it an ideal place for mass treatment of potential infected patients from South West Nigeria is that it is run by an independent power plant with a 21 year record of having 24/7 electricity.

Lastly, a two minutes drive eastward into the Church's university is one of the country's most viable molecular and virology laboratories, which can be used to test patients.
you are an agent of the devil
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by WizBLANCE(m): 8:42pm On Mar 19
eni4real:
How many Countries has Churches been used as Hospital??

Who is the brain behind this rubbish??

How many countries lacks infrastructure as Nigeria do?

The op only suggested the possible way out. Not like any of our comments here can change a thing.

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Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by WizBLANCE(m): 8:44pm On Mar 19
anonymousghost2:


Ode..wetin happen to una stadium or mosqu ? Na church wan help una abi na government?

I am a Christian, truth be told if we practice what we preach then we can do better.
Re: Coronavirus: 3 Nigerian Church Buildings That Can Be Used As Treatment Centres by wizod(m): 8:45pm On Mar 19
NgwalandAbia:
Your evil plan for nigeria will catch up with you why not use the Abuja mosque ode
don't mind d nama

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