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Coronavirus: Stop Whipping The Poor People In The Streets Because Of COVID-19 Since You Couldn’t Whip Those From The Airports, Sen. Shehu Tell Security Agencies.

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Coronavirus: Stop Whipping The Poor People IThe Streets Because Of COVID-19 Since You Couldn’t Whip Those From The Airports, Sen. Shehu Tell Security Agencies.

Former Kaduna lawmaker Shehu Sani has reacted to a viral video of the Nigerian Military allegedly harassing Nigerians while implementing the COVID-19 stay at home order.
Sani appealed to security agents to stop harassing poor people on the streets while enforcing lockdown orders.
On his Twitter page, the former lawmaker wrote: ” To our overzealous security agents; Stop whipping the poor people in the streets because of COVIDー19 since you couldn’t whip those from the Airports.
Sani added that until a vaccine is provided for COVID-19 the measures being taken by the federal government is superficial.
“Until a vaccine for the virus is discovered, mass-produced and distributed globally, any measure taken now is superficial.
“When you lockdown, you slow the spread, when you lift the lockdown, it continues from where it stopped,” Sani tweeted.
Meanwhile, the Defence Headquarters on Wednesday urged the general public to disregard torture videos being circulated on social media.
Maj.-Gen. John Enenche, the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, in a statement on Thursday, said that the videos were planted in order to tarnish the image of the Military.
There are 174 recorded cases of coronavirus in Nigeria as at Thursday.

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