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Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by References: 5:54pm On Feb 06, 2021
Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano has ordered that the Agbaedo Nnewi New Motor Spare Parts Market be closed for one week.

This was contained in a press release signed by the commissioner for trade and commerce, Mr Uchenna Okafor, Which was made available to DAILY POST on Saturday.

The release stated that Obiano ordered the closure of the market for one week, following the disregard for the COVID-19 safety protocol by both traders and customers in the market.

Obiano also requested that the officials of the market appear before the commissioner for health, Dr Vincent Okpala for retraining and recertification, within the period of the closure.

Part of the release read, “Following the non-compliance to the COVID-19 safety protocols by the Agbaedo new motor spare parts market, Nnewi, His Excellency the executive governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano has ordered for the closure of the market.”

Anambra State has recently been posting high COVID-19 positive cases. The governor has as a result of this imposed a nine hours curfew on the state, which begins on Monday.

https://dailypost.ng/2021/02/06/breaking-obiano-shuts-nnewi-spare-parts-market-over-non-compliance-with-covid-19-protocols/?amp&utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter&__twitter_impression=true

Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Hadley02(f): 6:20pm On Feb 06, 2021
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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Nobody: 6:28pm On Feb 06, 2021
Noted
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by DICKstractor(m): 7:26pm On Feb 06, 2021
undecided

9 hours curfew? Smh.

The fear of covid-19 is not as intense as it was when it first landed in Nigeria. People see it more as a scam.

Mr. Governor, open the market. Nobody Don fall die for the market because of covid-19.

BTW, Kogi state is still having 5cases. Doesn't it mean that the vaccine we looking for is a place and not a medication?

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by DWJOBScom(m): 7:28pm On Feb 06, 2021
People must learn
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by helinues: 7:28pm On Feb 06, 2021
Which Covid?

You people should stop boboring us about the imaginary Covid in Nigeria

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Brendaniel: 7:28pm On Feb 06, 2021
hmmm
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by scholarshipbaze: 7:29pm On Feb 06, 2021
let's keep deceiving ourselves, una just wan inflict another hunger season

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by morbid: 7:29pm On Feb 06, 2021
Good move.

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by maYBe0(m): 7:29pm On Feb 06, 2021
Reading
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by edlion57(m): 7:30pm On Feb 06, 2021
Notice me order...show of power

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Abilistic(m): 7:30pm On Feb 06, 2021
Hiaan

Willie is working cheesy

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by NgwalandAba(m): 7:30pm On Feb 06, 2021
God punish Buhari.

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by starbuck(f): 7:30pm On Feb 06, 2021
Ọ sị nnọọ curfew na Nnewi tongue tongue tongue

Anyị ga ahụ ka o ga si mme

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by kuonbe(m): 7:30pm On Feb 06, 2021
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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by bigdammyj: 7:30pm On Feb 06, 2021
Noted
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by nanauju(f): 7:31pm On Feb 06, 2021
Ok
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by PussyKing(m): 7:31pm On Feb 06, 2021
grin
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by whela(m): 7:32pm On Feb 06, 2021
Lol...Nigerians no dey die jare....
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Omezif(m): 7:32pm On Feb 06, 2021
It's insensible for any state or part in nigeria to use another lockdown tactic as a way of preventing the spread of covid-19.

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by NaijaCover(m): 7:33pm On Feb 06, 2021
Nawa o
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by bigeliot(m): 7:33pm On Feb 06, 2021
Nobody takes nigerian govt serious again. We now know they don't care. Mumu man

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by crackhouse(m): 7:34pm On Feb 06, 2021
Na so
Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by shyvicky: 7:34pm On Feb 06, 2021
Mugu, which market in Nigeria fit comply? go check now, u will see that northern markets are not locked, but eastern governments will be the first to do busy body

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Henix(m): 7:34pm On Feb 06, 2021
He is shutting down the people's means of livelihood while he is presently in US enjoying his loot

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by sckulboy: 7:35pm On Feb 06, 2021
Am glad that in Nigeria we only have covid 419 not the real civid-19,if not so,by now our population will have reduce drastically.

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by mastertek: 7:36pm On Feb 06, 2021
Kogi & Calabar refuse to join the SCAM syndicate and there were excluded, but we don't hear any outbreak diseases or people of this state are dieing

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Enudapan: 7:36pm On Feb 06, 2021
Nah eh! No qualms
This is so unsophisticated

Codvid 19 my foot

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by MANNABBQGRILLS: 7:37pm On Feb 06, 2021
Look at these people they are trying to save them from dying and they wanna die by force.

Well,
Coronavirus is Real Guys.
#MaskUp

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by Nobody: 7:38pm On Feb 06, 2021
States learning from the dictatorship in the federal government. It's all about bans. And no solutions or progressive thinking.

How about they ban corruption, terrorism, bandits, killer herdsmen, police brutality & extortion and, poor ASUU strikes poor healthcare and institutionalised nepotism? Would be nice

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Re: Obiano Shuts Nnewi Spare Parts Market Over Non-Compliance With COVID-19 by uuzba(m): 7:42pm On Feb 06, 2021
Someone7:
States learning from the dictatorship in the federal government. It's all about bans. And no solutions or progressive thinking.

How about they ban corruption, terrorism, bandits, killer herdsmen, police brutality & extortion and nepotism? Would be nice
You are asking a very big request.
These things cannot happen fast. These things are all part of culture now. In the olden days, they weren't prevalent because the majority of Nigerians were uneducated and lived in villages, managing their farms and business.
Today, majority are educated, left the villages, live in cities and the infrastructure is not sufficient to support the massive population. Hence people turn to all kinds of stealing and corruption to achieve their goals.
How do you suppose we end that?
Push educated people away from the cities back into villages so that the city can be less congested?
How will the educated people survive in the villages with no light and no drinking water?
Well, my own proposal,
1. everybody learn how to dig well with hand, or shovel
2. learn now to make a mechanical water pump,
3. learn some basic plumbing
4. Carry yourself to a village and use them, then continue to build and fabricate other elements for development
... because it will take forever for government to ever setup infrastructure for anybody.

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