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COVID-19: This Madness Should Stop, Allow Nigerians Go About Their Businesses – Biafra Group Tells Buhari

“This madness should stop, they should relax the lockdown and allow everybody go about their normal businesses.”

COVID-19: This Madness Should Stop, Allow Nigerians Go About Their Businesses – Biafra Group Tells Buhari 1

Biafra Nations Youth League (BNYL) on Sunday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to allow Nigerians engage in their normal businesses.

In a statement by the BNYL, the group said the government cannot cage its citizens because of the coronavirus pandemic while many are already dying of hunger.

The group said there are other sicknesses that have killed dozens of people, adding that there is no reason why every attention will be on COVID-19.

The statement signed by the Deputy Leader of BNYL, and head of operations, Biafra Broadcasting Service, BBS Media, Ebuta Takon Akor, reads:

“I feel people are already dying of hunger, and some hospitals are no longer attending to other sick patients, even people are now afraid to go to hospital for treatment to avoid testing positive.

“It seems they want every State on lockdown to record cases of the virus.

”This madness should stop, they should relax the lockdown and allow everybody go about their normal businesses.”

BNYL said that since Nigeria is treating the Coronavirus, there was no need to panic or lock down the country.

“Nigeria is the only African country that is treating Coronavirus perfectly, although the President said it has no cure.

“But Nigerian hospitals have decided to prove him wrong by discharging COVID-19 patients.

“Governors that tested positive have recovered. Some recovered on their own. I heard a Governor saying he ate enough Amala while in Isolation.

“Since the cure is here, why suffering the masses?”

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