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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by SexytorresE(f): 12:23am On Sep 17
Dm
mathkid:
grin Release us government!!!!

Well I am a Graphics designer and I design quite alot of things.... check my signature for more info

Thanks wink
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Confirmedzombie: 12:24am On Sep 17
The cases keep increasing. I call on Nigerians to brace up for another round of Eights total lockdown.

I advice all Nigerians to begin now to stock their homes.

Total lockdown is the only way out of this pandemic.

All schools must remain shut to avoid further high cases.

All airports, transportation, markets, shops should be shutdown now.

Nigerians are already used to lockdown. We can do it again.

It will end in praise.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by SexytorresE(f): 12:24am On Sep 17
Ok fine, can we go back to school now ?
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by MUTERIKA(m): 12:25am On Sep 17
Alhamdullilah, we are going to outlive this virus
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Tiffe(m): 12:25am On Sep 17
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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Kingandy619: 12:31am On Sep 17
God help us.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by LEOmaxi: 12:40am On Sep 17
So you wish us to have cases in Edo??
chinoify:
Not even one from Edo state
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Onnasucs1(m): 12:42am On Sep 17
With only 7000+ active cases, any reasonable government will open schools fgs
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by rayzar(m): 12:44am On Sep 17
Helpfromabove1:
Any time I check this NCDC report and I see kogi state with 5 I give kudos to the Gorvenor of the state for not allowing this corona fraud in his state

Am not saying dere is not covid-19 but in Nigeria covid-19 is not a tense as they painted it , it's more of a fraud

Even Dose 5 cases na Fake, it was suspected but the woman nd her family were tested, b4 result even show NCDC Don am For league table grin
Helpfromabove1:
Any time I check this NCDC report and I see kogi state with 5 I give kudos to the Gorvenor of the state for not allowing this corona fraud in his state

Am not saying dere is not covid-19 but in Nigeria covid-19 is not a tense as they painted it , it's more of a fraud

Even Dose 5 cases na Fake, it was suspected but the woman nd her family were tested, b4 result even show NCDC Don am Knack Am For league table

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by SexytorresE(f): 12:47am On Sep 17
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by realstars: 12:48am On Sep 17
We Are Free Allready With The Number Of Discharge Being 3k Pluse. I Can Now Say, May The 3 Departed RIP.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by uzochinedu: 12:49am On Sep 17
Confirmedzombie:
The cases keep increasing. I call on Nigerians to brace up for another round of Eights total lockdown.

I advice all Nigerians to begin now to stock their homes.

Total lockdown is the only way out of this pandemic.

All schools must remain shut to avoid further high cases.

All airports, transportation, markets, shops should be shutdown now.

Nigerians are already used to lockdown. We can do it again.

It will end in praise.

Ewu Lama ....

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Harrynerd(m): 12:49am On Sep 17
Are this guys doing numbers? grin

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by SlimChizzy4(m): 12:51am On Sep 17
grin grin grin Dey don taya Nonsense...
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Brunicekid(m): 1:05am On Sep 17
Praise God! 3442 discharged in a whole day!! We are winning the war against Covid-19.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by linearity: 1:19am On Sep 17
Na wa oh, dis wa pass discharge oh!

E bilike that is the number of people wey dem pursue from isolation center for today bi that.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by Holaomoakin(m): 1:31am On Sep 17
FCT patients got discharged.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by JieAiHua: 1:51am On Sep 17
https://www.vox.com/2020/4/17/21225610/us-coronavirus-death-rates-blacks-latinos-whites
It is already clear that the coronavirus pandemic is killing blacks and Latinos at extremely high rates, but new data in recent days show just how devastating people of color are to the COVID-19 crisis.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by SageX1444: 2:06am On Sep 17
Chii59:

Clap for yourself
On the basis of what exactly?
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by sirchrislatestn: 2:10am On Sep 17
References:
126 New COVID-19 Cases, 3442 Discharged And 3 Deaths On September 16


https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1306359792592728068?s=19


https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/




Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by ignis(f): 3:11am On Sep 17
Some people are just comfortable behind computers typing fictitious figures everyday.
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by comshots(m): 3:21am On Sep 17
If not for anti malaria drug, people in my neighbourhood would have thought that covik1 -9 killed my uncle.
Sanwo olu have started using covik 1-9 that never existed as his achievement.Something that never existed in Nigeria.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by comshots(m): 3:25am On Sep 17
Confirmedzombie:
The government keep deceiving Nigerians. I call on Nigerians to protest against this scamdemic.

I advice all Nigerians to go about their normal duties.

Total lockdown is not helpful.

All schools must re-open.

All airports, transportation, markets, shops must re-open.

Nigerians must resume their hustle because government politicians are insensitive to our plight.

It will end in praise.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by MrNipplesLover(m): 4:10am On Sep 17
N igerian
C ongregated
D epartment of
C riminals


fools that are fooling themselves.

Thieves.

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by sameks08(m): 4:27am On Sep 17
over 3k discharged in one Night hahaha OK open the flood gate let every one go home cos we re tired
Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by sammy7410(m): 4:37am On Sep 17
Nonsense people

Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by lexy2014: 4:53am On Sep 17
References:
126 New COVID-19 Cases, 3442 Discharged And 3 Deaths On September 16


https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1306359792592728068?s=19


https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/





3442 discharges...that's amazing. When I saw it, I thought it was a typo error. From a few hundred discharges every other day to 3442 in less than 24hours. Govt magic at work again

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Re: COVID-19 Update For September 16 2020 In Nigeria - (2609 Tested) by lexy2014: 4:54am On Sep 17
sameks08:
over 3k discharged in one Night hahaha OK open the flood gate let every one go home cos we re tired

My brother, am shocked

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