Nigerian govt closes all land borders, postpones FEC meetings indefinitely
25 March 2020 | 12:47 pm
The Nigerian government, on Monday, announced the closure of all land borders for four weeks. Boss Mustapha, secretary to the government of the federation and chairman of a presidential task force on COVID-19, disclosed this on Monday evening. He also announced that weekly federal executive council will be suspended till further notice.
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