The Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has revealed the greatest lessons learnt from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Keyamo disclosed that the COVID-19 outbreak has set aside all the irrelevant differences of the human race like religion and tribe.
In a tweet, the minister maintained that the pandemic has taught man that survival remains the main aim of humanity.
“The greatest lesson of COVID-19 is that it has blurred all the irrelevant differences of mankind which are politics, tribe and religion.
“It has slapped our brains back to reset mode and teaches us that the essence of life is about our common humanity and our common survival as a race,” Keyamo tweeted.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Saturday confirmed thirteen new cases of Coronavirus in the country.
NCDC in a tweet on Saturday said the cases were reported in Lagos, Delta and Kano States respectively
This means there are 318 confirmed cases of the virus in the country.