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Thursday, April 2, 2020

BREAKING: Nigerian journalist blasts Buhari over 'stay at home order'

A Nigerian journalist identified as Eric Patrick, has on Thursday attack President Muhammadu Buhari for giving a 'stay at home order' without considering how the poor especially those who survives by daily bread.

However, the say at home order was given by President Muhammadu Buhari which affected three major states, Ogun state, the Federal Capital Territory Abuja and Lagos state where the deadly Coronavirus pandemic known as Covid-19 first emerged.

According to Mr Eric Patrick Nigerians will never obey the stay at home order adding that the order won't work unless the Federal government accept to support Nigerians especially those who live by daily bread.

"The Journalist claimed that the government of Canada is paying $2000 for four months to all their citizens and none citizens who are permanent residents in the country", he also mentioned countries like the United States, Germany and some African countries whose government are making sure their citizens don't lack and for them to obey the stay at home order till the Covid-19 pandemic erase.

According to multiple reports the Nigerian government promised to support Nigerians at this crucial time of global pandemic but no efforts from the Federal government or state government have been recorded.

"How do you expect those who sells pure water, those who pushes wheelbarrow and those who hawk on the street to survive, he asked Buhari.

"You are giving an order without emergency supports as other countries are doing to help humans."

"Shame on the Nigerian government, nothing in this country seems to be working," he added.

Nigeria with 36 states has no infrastructure, no good hospitals, then how prepared are we, he said.

"The number of Nigerians that have contracted the disease is now 180 with just two deaths recorded."

Most Lagos residents  have decided to disobey the stay at home order given by the President to help stop the spread of Coronavirus in the country.

Lagosians who were seen going out to their various businesses told our correspondent that how can they stay at home when there's no light, their food stuffs are getting spoiled.
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