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COVID-19: ‘You don't impose lockdown on country like Nigeria’ - Pastor Giwa reacts as Buhari declares 14 days extension

Senior Pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Ministry, Adewale Giwa has again urged President Muhammadu Buhari to consider the plight of Nigerians and lift the ban on stay-at-home order if he can not meet their demands.

The cleric, in a statement, described Buhari’s action to lockdown Nigeria without considering their cries as pure evil.

He said, “The United States has recorded over 20,000 deaths from coronavirus, yet people still go to stores to buy food and other things.

“Also, the US government is taking great care of its citizens in the form of monetary aid. It makes sense to sensitize people about the importance of wearing AFRICAN MADE MASKS, but not to shut down the markets completely without providing alternative routes for people to get food.

“It is unfortunate that Africans refuse to educate themselves about the evil perpetrated by Asia, Europe and America.

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“So, I welcome your criticisms as I intend to continue to talk about issues that affect us.

“You can’t introduce Antichrist prematurely to the people. Do they want to do it in a way that people who have money cannot go to the markets and buy what they want? This is ridiculous,”

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