COVID-19: Kano relaxes lockdown for one day

Kano State government has relaxed the ongoing lockdown in the state for one day, 6 am-12 pm tomorrow (Thursday).

This is to allow residents to buy foodstuffs and other items for preparation of the forthcoming Ramadan period.

Making the disclosure on Wednesday, while speaking with pressmen on the COVID -19, the state deputy governor, Dr Nasiru Gawuna, said, “in view of preparation for Ramadan period, the state governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has relaxed the ongoing lockdown.

“Following this, the state government has relaxed the ongoing lockdown from 6 am-12 pm on Thursday, to enable people buy necessary foodstuffs and items needed for Ramadan period which would commence on Friday.”

Details later …

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