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Coronavirus: We should close our borders, turn to God – Senator Bwacha

By OakTV
22 March 2020   |   11:58 am
The Nigerian Senate again has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to impose a travel ban on countries with high risks of coronavirus so as to prevent having an epidemic in the country.

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