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|Nigeria's Economy Too Fragile For Another Lockdown by Dailymemoirs4: 8:07pm On May 10|
The decision by the Federal Government of Nigeria to impose another lockdown doesn't do us any good. We have passed through the worst phase of the covid and given the economic implications the country cannot afford another curfew or lockdown. It would lead to prices of goods getting inflated again and people lossing their jobs. The nation is currently facing one of the worst times financially and with NNPC being in financial challenging times, it would be wise to let people live freeely. The corona virus situation is less serious in Africa, the last thing we need at this time is mass hysteria because that will lead to high demand of goods and less availability.
If the decision taken was done for security issues it would have made more sense. Nigerians are suffering and cannot be put under another lockdown. The hunger in the nation is worse than corona virus.
|Re: Nigeria's Economy Too Fragile For Another Lockdown by hakeem4(m): 8:09pm On May 10|
Don't mind them, they just want to copy other nations. We have not even recovered fully from the first lock down they want to do another lock down.
|Re: Nigeria's Economy Too Fragile For Another Lockdown by Charleys: 8:14pm On May 10|
If the World Health Organization tells you to take an expired Vaccine, then know that there's something going on that you don't know about. How do we know the ones brought to Nigeria isn't also expired? These countries received the vaccine before us. But the point here is that WHO wants you to take something that's expired. (Repeat the last sentence again)
|Re: Nigeria's Economy Too Fragile For Another Lockdown by doggedfighter(f): 8:24pm On May 10|
Are they planning another one?
|Re: Nigeria's Economy Too Fragile For Another Lockdown by ecomalchemist(m): 5:53am On May 11|
Nigeria and copying developed countries
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