Police debunk falsehood of Enugu River turning into blood, NPA expects 27 ships with petroleum products, food items
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Lockdown: Lagosians speak from home
The 14-day lockdown of Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja as directed by President Mohammadu Buhari began on Monday 30th March, 2020, and while some find it easy to stay at home, others aren’t. Here is a video showing how some Lagosian feel about it. Your safety is paramount, help keep the health workers safe by staying at home.
Nigeria says Tweet begging Elon Musk for ventilators "Unauthorised", Petrol marketers agree to sell fuel for N123 and more
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Cybercrime, fraud may rise due to lockdown - IGP warns
In this interview, Spokesman of the Nigeria Commissioner Police, Frank Mba, gives more perspective on enforcement of movement restriction in Lagos and Abuja.
Day 1 of Lagos and Abuja Lockdown
Day One of the lockdown order issued by President Muhammed Buhari for the residents of Lagos and Abuja went without too much drama as one would expect. While some complied and stayed home, others were probably not aware of the importance of the stay-at-home- order. GuardianTV, as usual, went around capturing activities, or lack off as the case may be, in both cities.
Lagos-Ogun border locked down
Gradually, Nigeria is going on a total lockdown as more states close their borders as a measure to curb the spread of COVID-19. When The Guardian visited the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway toll gate end bordering the two states, there was little or no activities in the Ogun State end. All shops were locked in the border area of Lagos and many commuters stranded.
How to stay positive during the Coronavirus lockdown
It’s only Day-1 of a planned 14-day lockdown, and it’s not looking like it’s going to be the easiest of times for residents of the affected Nigerian cities, but here are six ways to help you stay positive over the next fortnight.
COVID-19: Lagos to begin partial 2-weeks shutdown
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has announced a partial shutdown in the state for seven days starting from Thursday 26 March 2020. The Governor called for the shutdown of court sittings, markets and stores, except for essential services.
President Buhari directs lockdown of Lagos, Ogun and FCT Abuja, NNPC declares fuel sufficiency
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