COVID-19: Biafra youth bunch cautions govt against lockdown augmentation


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An adolescent association, the Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL, on Thursday cautioned that any “further expansion of the COVID-19 lockdown could prompt the hijack of government authorities in seaside regions.

BNYL additionally cautioned that the lockdown augmentation may bring about obstruction against security offices at state outskirts as a result of fatigue among the individuals.

“Individuals are as of now sick of remaining inert and are not, at this point terrified of Coronavirus.” The gathering said

The gathering’s Deputy National Leader, Ebuta Takon Akor gave the admonition while responding to the choice of the Nigeria Governors Forum to expand lockdown for an additional 14 days.

Review that the discussion had said the 14 days interstate lockdown will help handle the spread of COVID-19.

In any case, Akor in an announcement marked and sent to DAILY POST said governors don’t oversee creatures and would not be permitted to confine the residents.

“Since the lockdown of the nation, there have been reports of an expansion and spread of the infection.

“It was of no utilization to hold securing the nation since the figures continue expanding.”

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