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President Buhari extends lockdown by 14 days

By Guardian Exclusive
13 April 2020   |   9:25 pm
Nigeria will extend lockdowns in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun states for an additional 14 days to combat the new coronavirus, President Muhammadu Buhari said in an address to the nation on Monday that acknowledged the sacrifices of the country’s poor.

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