Zulum announces a complete lockdown in Borno state

A complete lockdown has been imposed in Borno by means of the state government, just as borders were shut to non-vital movements in a bid to comprise influx of COVID-19.

The deputy governor of Borno, Umar Kadafur, announced this in a announcement on Sunday in Maiduguri.

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Mr Kadafur said the order might take effect from from Monday, April thirteen, by means of 6 a.M, including that movement inside and out of the nation might be absolutely constrained.

“The border among Borno and Yobe States would be close down completely, simplest men and women on important duties and vehicles conveying meals items, petrol, pills and different critical commodities would be allowed into the kingdom.

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“This painstaking decision have become imperative as part of the measures to save you spread of the virus into our expensive country, following discoveries of some suspected cases in some northern states,” Mr Kadafur said.

The deputy governor, consequently, warned the general public to conform, pending the outcome of further directives.

Mr Kadafur said the nation authorities regretted any inconvenience the choice would reason most people.

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He said the state authorities had followed the proactive measure to shield its citizens in a bid to scale down the unfold of the pandemic into the country.


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