Nigerians talk about activities they intend to carry out once lockdown is lifted

Nigerians talk about activities they intend to carry out once lockdown is lifted

- Nigerians in states affected by the COVID-19 lockdown are looking forward to when they will be able to move around freely again

- Some of these citizens shared their post-lockdown plans with on Facebook

- While some have plans of travelling, others just want to go to church and give thanks to God

The continued rise in cases of coronavirus in Nigeria forced the federal government to enforce lockdown in some states in the country, in other to control the spread of the life-claiming virus.

Many had hoped that President Muhammadu Buhari would call off the lockdown when he addressed the nation about a week ago, but the continued rise in reported cases made the president extend it for another two weeks.

A lot of people have been forced to stay in their houses, but amidst it all, many of them remain resolute that the tough times will eventually pass and a time will come when normalcy will return to the country.

Read also

Lockdown: 4 singers who have used music to help Nigerians cope

PAY ATTENTION: Read best news on Nigeria's #1 news app

In light of this, recently sought to find out the activities people in affected states are mostly looking forward to when the lockdown is eventually lifted.

PAY ATTENTION: Get your daily relationship tips and advice on Africa Love Aid group

Read what some of them shared below:

Godwin James: "Is to give Thanks to all mighty God for his sustenance and keeping you alive."

Ihenacho Jane: "Travel to Abuja to see my people. I have missed them so much."

Jerry A. Jerry: "I will first take my bathe because I have decided not to bathe till is over."

Ndaregh James: "Tell people the truth about Jehovah and his promises to restore the lost earth paradise. It is the only thing that consoles our troubled minds."

Read also

Coronavirus: 4 Nigerian celebrities who have made lockdown a roller-coaster of fun for fans (videos)

Nelson Akomhen Ogbes: "I don't know what I'll do yet or how hard it's gonna be... But somebody's father is going to arrest me."

Temitayo Adeyefa Daniel: "I will attend the church and give God good testimony to my family."

Ismail Shamsudeen: "There is a lot of things I will do but gf go hear been long."

Okechukwu Donald Chimaraokem: "I will look out for where to use myself to do money rituals. My mom needs to eat money from me before she dies else I will be haunted for life, since no job for me since graduation."

Meanwhile, previously reported that Nigerian state governors have agreed to impose an inter-state lockdown for two weeks in order to contain COVID-19 spread.

The state governors reached the agreement during a meeting of the Nigerian Governors Forum on Wednesday. The state governors also called for the decentralization of the COVID-19 response, saying it is the best chance of curbing community transmission.

Read also

Banky W hits the street of Lagos to feed thousands, says it will go on till COVID-19 lockdown is over (photos, video)

PAY ATTENTION: upgrades to a letter from our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

Coronavirus: Yam, rice and garri are the main food selling - Market women | Legit TV


Online view pixel