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Coronavirus In Nigeria, Questions Arising…

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Coronavirus In Nigeria, Questions Arising…

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Coronavirus In Nigeria, Questions Arising…

Since the outbreak of the virus we’ve seen world leaders addressing their people, why has General Buhari been sort of “MUTE”!

We know of powerful “Insiders” in Nigeria or opinion leaders who are often quick to speak on issue of national interest, why have they all appeared to be “MUTE” too?

Why have we not seen details of the Italian “who brought it” to our shores, like his name, pictures etc?

The man was said to have left Milan and entered Nigeria on the 25th, was he not screened at the airport in Milan, was he screened at airport with no signs, if yes, WHY?
He fell sick on the 26th, if we say there is a window period like in HIV cases, is that window period just a day i.e 25th to 26th, if NO, did he contact the virus in Nigeria then?

Femi Fani Kayode posted today how the alleged driver who drove the man denied going anywhere near Lagos in the last 7 years…

And how it has proved difficult for the government to trace the 151 co-flight passengers with the man, WHY so?

Even the alleged airport hotel where he is said to have lodged is said to have come forward to deny any record of him, and are willing to open their register to prove same…

Fani Kayode also cited how the alleged company he was said to have visited does not exist!

Nigerians saw and picked on the Lagos State Commissioner of Health when visited the “Coronavirus virus patient” without any sort of protective gear…

Amd Nigerians also saw how, before this known case was reported, the FGN appeared to be in a hurry to release over N620 million to “fight” the virus…how far, what’s up with the money?

Are we seeing a case of “looking for an opportunity to loot as usual” using a case of worldwide concern as pretext?

We saw how the government of former President Jonathan handled the Ebola issue, at least then, we heard names, saw faces, even saw how a courageous doctor lost her life, are we here witnessing a case of a government, discovering it has lost control of major issue in the nation i.e security, social amenities etc, is now trying to steal any shine it can get?

These are just a few questions begging for honest answers.

Whatever the case maybe however, our call to Nigerians as always, is to take the best precautions they can, and follow the safety measures put out by this government, and more importantly, SHUN all FAKE social media NEWS…

God bless Nigeria.

AKANBI, ALBERT AFESO
(Writer/Documentary Filmmaker)
Doppler Effect TV

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7 Comments

  1. Gina Udeh

    March 4, 2020 at 1:22 PM

    These politicians have no fear of God in them, I can’t imagine them looting the millions of dollars WHO sent to them to prepare for this outbreak.
    I expect them to start building an ultra modern facility now before it is too late.
    To any politician that steal from this money, may Corona deal with them

  2. Aisha

    March 4, 2020 at 1:51 PM

    Amen!
    It will never be well with Nigerian politicians especially the corrupt ones.

  3. Aisha

    March 4, 2020 at 1:59 PM

    Its will not be well with the politicians especially the corrupt ones.

  4. Bola

    March 4, 2020 at 2:03 PM

    Bad people who do not care for their citizens

  5. Amanda

    March 4, 2020 at 8:51 PM

    Why only politicians?. Pastors are part of the problems especially RCCG and Living Faith. There million of dollars grants through UN for poor nigerian masses but the funds came through NGOs.

    Most NGOs are headed by pastors. They looted the money meant for the people.

    • Metu Nyetu

      March 5, 2020 at 5:33 AM

      YOU ARE hardly ever objective in your comments. Why na? What genuine reason made you rope pastors into this? The way you attack things that are resting peacefully on their own is not deferent from the way Boko Haram and ISIS ravage places. Are you a terrorist, Amanda?

      • Aisha

        March 5, 2020 at 1:39 PM

        Your are right Metu, what does these matter get to do with pastors? Amanda, be careful how you talk to pastors because you are not God.
        Nigeria politicians are the problems of this great country like Nigeria.
        Its a pity we have too much inefficient people.
        A country of intellectual people is be ruled with illiterate people.
        The intellectual southerners are busy fighting themselves over.tribalism
        On till they agreed with unity and work tegethe before things get better.
        I am not from from the south Nigeria but I pity them for their slumber.

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