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COVID-19 claims 42 per cent of Nigerian jobs, says NBS

June 6, 2020

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With the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic still unraveling, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says 42 per cent of Nigerian employees have lost their jobs on account of the disease.

The bureau, in a report just published, said the economic shock imposed on Nigerians by the pandemic exceeds whatever they may have experienced between 2017 and 2018.

The states are pressing ahead with their relaxation of the coronavirus induced lockdown.

In Lagos State, the government warned yesterday that any church or mosque that admits worshippers without face masks once they reopen would be shut down.

Mosques are to reopen on Friday, June 19, to be followed by the churches on Sunday, June 21.

The Aso Villa mosques reopened yesterday with President Muhammadu Buhari and other worshippers observing social distancing.

But the Ondo State Government threatened that it might return to lockdown if Covid-19 infections continued to increase.

The NBS, in a report entitled “COVID -19 Impact Monitoring May 2019”, said  coronavirus  impact on employment and income had  been widespread.

It said: “42 per cent of respondents who were working before the outbreak reported that they were not currently working due to COVID-19.”

It said the impact of COVID-19 “has been most strongly felt in the commerce, service, and agriculture sectors. 79% of respondents reported that their households total income have decreased since mid-March.”

NBS said some households struggled to purchase staple foods like yam, rice and beans during the seven days prior to the interview with 35-59 per cent of households who need to purchase these staple foods reporting that they were not able to buy them. 26 per cent of households reported not being able to access medical treatment when they needed it during the same period.

The report showed that many households have struggled to cope with these widespread shocks with 51 per cent of all households resorting to reducing food consumption.

The pandemic, according to NBS, has also affected children education.

Among households with children attending school prior to their nationwide closure in March, only 62 per cent reported that their children had engaged in any learning/educational activities since the closure.

Govt: how we’ll enforce compliance in Lagos worship places

Shedding light yesterday on the planned reopening of  places of worship in Lagos State, the Director General of Lagos State Safety Commission, Lanre Mojola, said officials would be deployed to strictly enforce all the guidelines and protocols announced  by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

Mojola said parents are prohibited from taking their infants to religious gatherings.

Violation of the directive will attract sanctions against such parents, he said.

According to him, government expects that in families with infants, one of the parents would stay home to offer care while the other could attend church or mosque service.

Worshipers are required to observe the standard two-metre social distancing protocol from each other while seated in the church or mosque.

“While all event centres remain shut until further notice, those used for religious gatherings, could however open but strictly for that purpose and must observe all the protocols,” Mojola said.

The DG said that over a thousand applications had been received by government from owners and operators of all events, gyms and other social places for the resumption of business.

Sanwo-Olu himself went on Twitter yesterday to say that “Sharing of kettles during ablution is strictly prohibited.

“The decision to proceed, restrict, modify, postpone or cancel a worship service after a thorough risk assessment solely lies with the state government.

“All places of worship must nominate a person who would liaise with the state government to obtain a safety clearance for their premises.

“Crowd capacity must be limited to no more than 40 per cent of the approved occupying limits of religious centres by the state government with a maximum limit of 500 people irrespective of the size of the religious centre.

“We strongly advice members of the congregation to avoid food offerings (communion) when it is being shared from common dishes.”

Buhari attends congregational prayer at Villa mosque

The Aso Rock Mosque re-opened for prayers yesterday with President Muhammadu Buhari and top government officials in attendance.

All worshippers were thoroughly screened before entry.

Each of them wore a mask and sanitized his hands.

Social distancing was also strictly observed in line with guidelines on public gathering.

Ondo threatens another lockdown if cases increase

The   Ondo State Government said yesterday that it might be forced to lock down the state afresh if the rate of COVID-19 infection  kept rising.

The state has recorded four deaths and discharged 21 patients while eight others are currently receiving treatment at the Infectious Disease Hospital.

Over160 persons suspected of coming in contact with three new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state are currently being searched for.

Senior Special Assistant to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, on Special Duties and Strategy, Dr Doyin Odebowale, dropped hint of a fresh lockdown yesterday while monitoring jumat services in Owo.

Social distancing was not thoroughly observed in some of the mosques, although worshippers without nose masks were denied entry.

Dr. Odebowale said the state government was not happy with the rising cases of COVID-19 infection in the state.

He said the COVID-19 Committee would meet with Muslim leaders to enlighten them more on the need to observe COVID-19 protocols.

He said: “We have been engaging the leadership and we hope there will be an engagement.

There was not much so distancing and we are not satisfied.

“We will get in touch with the leadership. We are getting more cases and we are not happy. We don’t want a situation where the government may lock down the state again. If it continues, the government will lock down the state.”

State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Wahab Adegbenro, said the compliance level was about 60 per cent.

Dr. Adegbenro urged individuals to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Kogi lifts shutdown in Kabba/Bunu

Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State yesterday lifted the absolute lockdown placed on Kabba/Bunu communities over suspected Covid19 infection in some communities in the area.

The governor‘s action came three days into the contact tracing and testing of people in the communities started.

The governor said the purpose of the lockdown in those communities had been accomplished and there was no need to exhaust the initial 14 days lockdown declared on Monday.

Governor Bello claimed that the state remained Covid-19 free.

He accused the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) of playing politics with the pandemic in Nigeria.

His words: “We have collated many samples during the lockdown and they all returned negative. We have sent all the samples to NCDC for further claims.

“Exercise was concluded within three days. We have faced Lassa and yellow fevers outbreak in the past and we have curtailed them successfully without making noise about it.

“The mission of locking down the Kabba/Bunu area is already accomplished. I, therefore, lift the lockdown immediately.

”Kabba people should come out and do their lawful businesses.

“I appreciate everyone involved as there was no single history of molestation from the law enforcement agencies during the period of lockdown.

”We have been vindicated by this latest development that Kogi remained Covid-19 free.

“We have no issue to join with NCDC; we only enjoined them to be professional and respect their own rule of engagement.

“You cannot allocate a figure of test not carried out in the state for the state. The NCDC should tell us their political angle so that we can face them politically. They should not politicise everything.”

Osun relaxes curfew, orders civil servants to resume

Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun  State has  also announced the relaxation of the curfew in the state  to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Oyetola in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Ismail Omipidan, in Osogbo yesterday directed civil servants on grade level seven and above to resume work from within normal office hours.

Departmental heads are to work out alternate working hours for staff on grade levels One to Six.

Oyetola said residents will now stay indoors from 9pm to 5am daily as against the former period of 6 pm to 6 am .The governor said that the curfew relaxation will last for 14 days in the first instance.

The ban on political, public, religious, and any kind of gatherings under whatever guise remains in force.

All major markets in the state also  remain shut, while smaller markets will be opened.

The governor said that traders in smaller markets must ensure physical distancing, use face masks, and observe all other precautionary measures following the established protocols of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC

 Opening of worship centres in Ogun begins June 19 — Gov Abiodun

Governor Dapo Abiodun yesterday disclosed that the lifting of restrictions on religious and worship centres in Ogun State will commence tentatively on June 19.

Abiodun said that a sub-committee, inclusive of religious leaders, has been mandated to first review all the submissions earlier made on when to lift the restrictions before the final decision is taken by the government.

The Governor, who made this known in Oke-Mosan Governor’s Office while addressing the state on the efforts being made by his administration to tackle the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state, said the sub-committee was expected to harmonise all views and arrive at a composite framework or guidelines for final adoption on or before Friday, June 12, 2020.

He noted that the guidelines would be unveiled to the public ahead of time to pave way for the gradual opening of religious activities, tentatively on Friday, 19th June, 2020.

According to him, this is subject to the review of preparedness by our churches and mosques to the new normal on opening of worship centres.

He explained that a taskforce comprising religious leaders, government and security agencies will also be established to monitor and ensure compliance with the agreed guidelines for religious activities.

Abiodun warned that any place of worship that violates the guidelines will be closed as the guidelines will be reviewed at regular intervals based on developments, including expert opinions and data from the field.



Comments

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Do Nigeria have jobs that they are saying that Covid-19 claim?


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to avoid food offerings (communion) when it is being shared from common dishes.” Buhari attends congregational prayer at Villa mosque The Aso Rock Mosque re-opened for prayers yesterday with President Muhammadu Buhari and top government officials in attendance. All worshippers were thoroughly screened before entry. Each of them wore a mask and sanitized his hands. Social distancing was also strictly observed in line with guidelines on public gathering. Ondo threatens another lockdown if cases increase The Ondo State Government said yesterday that it might be forced to lock down the state afresh if the rate of COVID-19 infection kept rising. The state has recorded four deaths and discharged 21 patients while eight others are currently receiving treatment at the Infectious Disease Hospital. Over160 persons suspected of coming in contact with three new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state are currently being searched for. Senior Special Assistant to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, on Special Duties and Strategy, Dr Doyin Odebowale, dropped hint of a fresh lockdown yesterday while monitoring jumat services in Owo. Social distancing was not thoroughly observed in some of the mosques, although worshippers without nose masks were denied entry. Dr. Odebowale said the state government was not happy with the rising cases of COVID-19 infection in the state. He said the COVID-19 Committee would meet with Muslim leaders to enlighten them more on the need to observe COVID-19 protocols. He said: “We have been engaging the leadership and we hope there will be an engagement. There was not much so distancing and we are not satisfied. “We will get in touch with the leadership. We are getting more cases and we are not happy. We don’t want a situation where the government may lock down the state again. If it continues, the government will lock down the state.” State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Wahab Adegbenro, said the compliance level was about 60 per cent. Dr. Adegbenro urged individuals to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Kogi lifts shutdown in Kabba/Bunu Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State yesterday lifted the absolute lockdown placed on Kabba/Bunu communities over suspected Covid19 infection in some communities in the area. The governor‘s action came three days into the contact tracing and testing of people in the communities started. The governor said the purpose of the lockdown in those communities had been accomplished and there was no need to exhaust the initial 14 days lockdown declared on Monday. Governor Bello claimed that the state remained Covid-19 free. He accused the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) of playing politics with the pandemic in Nigeria. His words: “We have collated many samples during the lockdown and they all returned negative. We have sent all the samples to NCDC for further claims. “Exercise was concluded within three days. We have faced Lassa and yellow fevers outbreak in the past and we have curtailed them successfully without making noise about it. “The mission of locking down the Kabba/Bunu area is already accomplished. I, therefore, lift the lockdown immediately. ”Kabba people should come out and do their lawful businesses. “I appreciate everyone involved as there was no single history of molestation from the law enforcement agencies during the period of lockdown. ”We have been vindicated by this latest development that Kogi remained Covid-19 free. “We have no issue to join with NCDC; we only enjoined them to be professional and respect their own rule of engagement. “You cannot allocate a figure of test not carried out in the state for the state. The NCDC should tell us their political angle so that we can face them politically. They should not politicise everything.” Osun relaxes curfew, orders civil servants to resume Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State has also announced the relaxation of the curfew in the state to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Oyetola in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Ismail Omipidan, in Osogbo yesterday directed civil servants on grade level seven and above to resume work from within normal office hours. Departmental heads are to work out alternate working hours for staff on grade levels One to Six. Oyetola said residents will now stay indoors from 9pm to 5am daily as against the former period of 6 pm to 6 am .The governor said that the curfew relaxation will last for 14 days in the first instance. The ban on political, public, religious, and any kind of gatherings under whatever guise remains in force. All major markets in the state also remain shut, while smaller markets will be opened. The governor said that traders in smaller markets must ensure physical distancing, use face masks, and observe all other precautionary measures following the established protocols of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC Opening of worship centres in Ogun begins June 19 — Gov Abiodun Governor Dapo Abiodun yesterday disclosed that the lifting of restrictions on religious and worship centres in Ogun State will commence tentatively on June 19. Abiodun said that a sub-committee, inclusive of religious leaders, has been mandated to first review all the submissions earlier made on when to lift the restrictions before the final decision is taken by the government. The Governor, who made this known in Oke-Mosan Governor’s Office while addressing the state on the efforts being made by his administration to tackle the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state, said the sub-committee was expected to harmonise all views and arrive at a composite framework or guidelines for final adoption on or before Friday, June 12, 2020. He noted that the guidelines would be unveiled to the public ahead of time to pave way for the gradual opening of religious activities, tentatively on Friday, 19th June, 2020. According to him, this is subject to the review of preparedness by our churches and mosques to the new normal on opening of worship centres. He explained that a taskforce comprising religious leaders, government and security agencies will also be established to monitor and ensure compliance with the agreed guidelines for religious activities. Abiodun warned that any place of worship that violates the guidelines will be closed as the guidelines will be reviewed at regular intervals based on developments, including expert opinions and data from the field. 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Post by Larryblend on 07 June 2020, 19:10 pm Thanks for the information Post by Sammini on 07 June 2020, 19:08 pm Too bad Post by Merci on 07 June 2020, 18:56 pm Great Post by Kingjeffrey on 07 June 2020, 18:49 pm Wow Post by izzy_jo on 07 June 2020, 18:43 pm This is why being self employed is the best Post by Marigold001 on 07 June 2020, 18:33 pm Nice Post by God on 07 June 2020, 18:30 pm Possible outcome Post by Queeniebleez on 07 June 2020, 18:30 pm This shiit really affectn stuffs Post by Mykiel15 on 07 June 2020, 18:29 pm Not cool Post by Imoleayomie on 07 June 2020, 17:57 pm Good Post by CandyBee87 on 07 June 2020, 17:55 pm Yeah Post by Richman on 07 June 2020, 17:48 pm OK Post by Eborka destiny on 07 June 2020, 17:43 pm Good Post by Kceeonyekachi on 07 June 2020, 17:41 pm The decision to proceed, restrict, modify, postpone or cancel a worship service after a thorough risk assessment solely lies with the state government. “All places of worship must nominate a person who would liaise with the state government to obtain a safety clearance for their premises. “Crowd capacity must be limited to no more than 40 per cent of the approved occupying limits of religious centres by the state government with a maximum limit of 500 people irrespective of the size of the religious centre. Post by OmoAkin97 on 07 June 2020, 17:34 pm Too bad Post by MARYAM61 on 07 June 2020, 17:32 pm Okay Post by Gift omokaro on 07 June 2020, 17:19 pm Okay Post by Airmi on 07 June 2020, 17:19 pm This is disheartening Post by Fav609 on 07 June 2020, 17:14 pm Thanks for the information Post by vikkymercy on 07 June 2020, 17:04 pm Ok Post by AdamsIsaiah on 07 June 2020, 17:04 pm Nice update Post by Paschal2020 on 07 June 2020, 16:59 pm God have mercy Post by Peace E on 07 June 2020, 16:47 pm God have mercy Post by Jeremiah Abolarin on 07 June 2020, 16:45 pm Great Post by Arinola814 on 07 June 2020, 16:36 pm That is the truth Post by Amarachi on 07 June 2020, 16:24 pm Ok Post by Slimolar2 on 07 June 2020, 16:21 pm May God help Post by Pandaa on 07 June 2020, 16:21 pm This is disheartening Post by harunaishola on 07 June 2020, 16:18 pm This is shocking God will take control Post by Ramadan on 07 June 2020, 16:13 pm This is amazing Post by Abenice85 on 07 June 2020, 16:06 pm This is so amazing Post by [email protected] on 07 June 2020, 16:03 pm Amazing Post by Atokeolami on 07 June 2020, 15:58 pm Good Post by Sawce on 07 June 2020, 15:52 pm Good Post by Timeyin007 on 07 June 2020, 15:49 pm Okay Post by Omavera on 07 June 2020, 15:45 pm Good Post by Kalason86 on 07 June 2020, 15:36 pm This is so amazing Post by Kalason on 07 June 2020, 15:28 pm This is amazing thank for this Post by Asadullah46 on 07 June 2020, 15:25 pm This is an interesting article Post by Waripamowei001 on 07 June 2020, 15:05 pm Good Post by Precious Anthony on 07 June 2020, 14:59 pm May God help us Post by Ajibike000 on 07 June 2020, 14:58 pm Good Post by Favy Jnr on 07 June 2020, 14:54 pm Hmmm Post by Princeoj on 07 June 2020, 14:52 pm Soory Post by ELVIS2194 on 07 June 2020, 14:44 pm Good Post by Oge bliss on 07 June 2020, 14:26 pm God please heal our land Post by Holahmihdeh01 on 07 June 2020, 14:24 pm Speechless Post by Wahab14 on 07 June 2020, 14:24 pm Nice to hear thanks Post by subosco on 07 June 2020, 14:11 pm May GOD help us all.. Post by DISAB on 07 June 2020, 13:59 pm Sad Post by Gifty_luv on 07 June 2020, 13:54 pm May God help us all Post by Fizzy on 07 June 2020, 13:41 pm May the lord see us through from this disease Post by youngfellow on 07 June 2020, 13:24 pm Nah so o Post by George Washington on 07 June 2020, 13:16 pm More should be created post pandemic Post by Aguero1 on 07 June 2020, 13:13 pm the government should do more on job creation and job securing to negate the effects or this pandemic Post by Abllo on 07 June 2020, 13:01 pm Sad Post by nigel on 07 June 2020, 12:54 pm Too bad Post by Mr.AJK on 07 June 2020, 12:50 pm Thats true jare Post by Best444 on 07 June 2020, 12:49 pm Ok Post by C0ded on 07 June 2020, 12:48 pm God help us Post by Ephraim udo on 07 June 2020, 12:47 pm It is well Post by Luiz James on 07 June 2020, 12:40 pm All the best Post by [email protected] on 07 June 2020, 12:39 pm 42% and rising... Post by Iconic Oswald on 07 June 2020, 12:37 pm God will see us through Post by Finestjega on 07 June 2020, 12:32 pm May Almighty help us Post by Tsmartamt on 07 June 2020, 12:24 pm Good Post by Oluwasegun1 on 07 June 2020, 12:08 pm ok Post by Samsolat on 07 June 2020, 12:02 pm May God help us all Post by Dunn on 07 June 2020, 11:55 am Thank you for the enlightenment Post by Chigozie99 on 07 June 2020, 11:53 am Alright Post by Cynthia 101 on 07 June 2020, 11:49 am So sad Post by Yvonne01 on 07 June 2020, 11:47 am So true Post by Fk on 07 June 2020, 11:46 am expert opinion Post by Abusi on 07 June 2020, 11:43 am Nice Post by Manyo1992 on 07 June 2020, 11:37 am It's true Post by Chika diamond on 07 June 2020, 11:36 am Alright Post by Oluwo1 on 07 June 2020, 11:35 am Nice Post by Opeyemidx on 07 June 2020, 11:32 am Alright Post by CorneliaEyo on 07 June 2020, 11:20 am Nice update Post by Kaza on 07 June 2020, 11:16 am Nice one Post by EK on 07 June 2020, 11:16 am Good Post by Sulaimon654 on 07 June 2020, 11:14 am Good Post by genee on 07 June 2020, 11:12 am Okay Post by Chisom782 on 07 June 2020, 11:06 am Good Post by Esther44 on 07 June 2020, 11:02 am Alright Post by Tbostic16 on 07 June 2020, 10:59 am Gud Post by Pundit247 on 07 June 2020, 10:53 am All is well Post by Chikwado4605 on 07 June 2020, 10:50 am Everybody is really affected so much.. God help us.. Post by Callista on 07 June 2020, 10:49 am Okay Post by Aishat on 07 June 2020, 10:42 am ok Post by Emmanuel_es_CEO on 07 June 2020, 10:36 am Issoright Post by Hoshilo on 07 June 2020, 10:35 am It's cool Post by Hermenart on 07 June 2020, 10:32 am Any little thing covid-19 Post by Reubenginger on 07 June 2020, 10:25 am Everybody blames covid-19 for everything Post by Miracle5658 on 07 June 2020, 10:24 am With God we must survive Post by Useey021 on 07 June 2020, 10:23 am Good one Post by Fredo Peter on 07 June 2020, 10:21 am ok Post by Chimobi12 on 07 June 2020, 10:14 am Cool thanks for the update Post by Priscillam on 07 June 2020, 10:11 am That's true Post by MaureenD on 07 June 2020, 10:09 am Good Post by Regimented on 07 June 2020, 10:03 am Nice Post by Whayasay on 07 June 2020, 09:58 am Nice Post by Sassy on 07 June 2020, 09:51 am Nice Post by Humble Dan on 07 June 2020, 09:48 am Okay Post by Mrmick19 on 07 June 2020, 09:47 am Okay Post by Davidomeiza on 07 June 2020, 09:42 am Alright Post by Hegel97 on 07 June 2020, 09:36 am Good Post by meshach222 on 07 June 2020, 09:31 am S Post by Mide798 on 07 June 2020, 09:31 am That's pretty high.... I hope this all comes to an end Post by Ash4747 on 07 June 2020, 08:59 am Thank you for the information Post by Zubbyprince on 07 June 2020, 08:56 am Okay Post by MrNUEL on 07 June 2020, 08:52 am Govt should do something bforr things turns worst Post by Emmy on 07 June 2020, 08:52 am Interesting Post by Abu Muiz on 07 June 2020, 08:52 am good Post by Priestly on 07 June 2020, 08:52 am Okay Post by Earlierman on 07 June 2020, 08:40 am Not surprised Post by Sherifffamosa on 07 June 2020, 08:40 am I don't trust that figure Post by swokoma on 07 June 2020, 08:39 am Very true Post by Emmygiftal on 07 June 2020, 08:36 am Cool one Post by Jennychizzy on 07 June 2020, 08:33 am Isokay Post by nemesis on 07 June 2020, 08:30 am Joke people. Jobs that were never there Post by Tiller on 07 June 2020, 08:29 am Thanks for the information Post by Bartholomew on 07 June 2020, 08:26 am Nice Post by MAMUS ONOS on 07 June 2020, 08:19 am Ok Post by Pheezco001 on 07 June 2020, 08:17 am Wonderful Post by Cynrustessy on 07 June 2020, 08:16 am God helpus Post by Solomonjackson210 on 07 June 2020, 08:08 am Ok Post by Mary on 07 June 2020, 08:06 am Wonderful Post by Mcdammie2 on 07 June 2020, 08:05 am Thanks for the update Post by GafarBolaji on 07 June 2020, 07:55 am Is good Post by Dimashills2 on 07 June 2020, 07:54 am Nice Post by Oladayo12 on 07 June 2020, 07:47 am Thanks for the update Post by Iloka on 07 June 2020, 07:44 am No work any where Post by max509 on 07 June 2020, 07:43 am True talk oo Post by Akanni on 07 June 2020, 07:29 am Fact Post by Mrfemac on 07 June 2020, 07:27 am True talk Post by Ogodio Jeffrey on 07 June 2020, 07:25 am Good Post by MzGoldy on 07 June 2020, 07:15 am Hmm Post by Ucheboi on 07 June 2020, 07:12 am True Post by KingDave on 07 June 2020, 07:12 am It's true Post by HorlamiArc on 07 June 2020, 07:07 am terrific Post by Victorystone on 07 June 2020, 07:05 am I oray this ends soon Post by Chi145 on 07 June 2020, 07:03 am So bad Post by Princetrippleo01 on 07 June 2020, 07:02 am Okays Post by Leahpard22 on 07 June 2020, 07:01 am Yes That's true Post by Ejim18 on 07 June 2020, 06:59 am True talk Post by Ebuka2002 on 07 June 2020, 06:54 am Over160 persons suspected of coming in contact with three new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state are currently being searched for. Post by Sanni on 07 June 2020, 06:54 am Ok Post by Atikuumar on 07 June 2020, 06:51 am Me in love with YAHYA bello Post by kayjee3 on 07 June 2020, 06:50 am households Post by Djayemjay on 07 June 2020, 06:45 am True Post by Stceejay on 07 June 2020, 06:41 am except politicians Post by Adebayo on 07 June 2020, 06:39 am Uhmnnnn On God Post by Damilolakelvin on 07 June 2020, 06:34 am The report showed that many households have struggled to cope with these widespread shocks with 51 per cent of all households resorting to reducing food consumption. Post by Micheal Akins on 07 June 2020, 06:33 am Very bad Post by Esjay on 07 June 2020, 06:29 am That's very bad Post by David Desmond on 07 June 2020, 06:24 am God help us Post by Deenyunus on 07 June 2020, 06:23 am Bad news Post by Lateef44 on 07 June 2020, 06:19 am That's sad Post by Jeffpallo on 07 June 2020, 06:18 am Nice Post by Olamide20 on 07 June 2020, 06:17 am God will safe us from Covid19 Post by Louisa on 07 June 2020, 06:05 am 42% Ke?? I'm sure this nonsense virus has claimed up to 65% Of jobs Post by Iscy on 07 June 2020, 06:05 am That's sad Post by Hayzed on 07 June 2020, 06:04 am what.a pity Post by Shakace on 07 June 2020, 06:01 am Bad Post by Kayjee2 on 07 June 2020, 05:58 am Seriously Post by Yomi2020 on 07 June 2020, 05:56 am I really feel for them Post by Sadiq2001 on 07 June 2020, 05:56 am Nice update Post by Jasparo on 07 June 2020, 05:54 am Hmmm Post by Godspower on 07 June 2020, 05:45 am Ohhh Post by JimiSolade on 07 June 2020, 05:44 am That's very bad , and sorry to hear that Post by Ememedi on 07 June 2020, 05:43 am Too serious Post by G-MONEY on 07 June 2020, 05:38 am Nice Post by Ujunwa12345 on 07 June 2020, 05:38 am It's a global problem.. Not only in Nigeria Post by Habibat on 07 June 2020, 05:36 am It's well Post by AKANJI on 07 June 2020, 05:29 am Extremely bad Post by Anas on 07 June 2020, 05:27 am It's true this is the fact Post by Vicjane on 07 June 2020, 05:27 am Not good Post by Sunny48 on 07 June 2020, 05:27 am So true Post by Noddy on 07 June 2020, 05:27 am Nice one Post by Mhikel Jhago on 07 June 2020, 05:19 am Nice update Interesting Post by MKing on 07 June 2020, 05:19 am Fact Post by Sommycruz on 07 June 2020, 05:08 am Very touchy Post by Stephanie05 on 07 June 2020, 04:50 am I'm sure it's more than 42% Post by Dokunsworld on 07 June 2020, 04:49 am It's a global problem.. Not only in Nigeria Post by Richydice on 07 June 2020, 04:49 am God help Post by Shindaramhie on 07 June 2020, 04:49 am It is well Post by OGOSTIC on 07 June 2020, 04:45 am It is well Post by Chiomajesus on 07 June 2020, 04:39 am may God help us Post by Ire Alabi on 07 June 2020, 04:34 am Good Post by Mr. Mac on 07 June 2020, 04:23 am Okay Post by chanke on 07 June 2020, 04:23 am Although business confidence d Post by Segun247 on 07 June 2020, 04:19 am May God help us all Post by Aggytox on 07 June 2020, 04:13 am Hmmm Post by Stephen on 07 June 2020, 04:11 am I think so Post by nwagbarabeverly1 on 07 June 2020, 04:10 am OTU ONYE ARA Post by Chuky on 07 June 2020, 04:07 am achieve the desired outcomes of a truly Post by Uthailey on 07 June 2020, 04:00 am It will not be well with covid 19 Post by nwagbarajoelyn on 07 June 2020, 03:58 am Hmmm Post by ozo on 07 June 2020, 03:52 am ssed, are desirable and important to Post by Ireneluv2 on 07 June 2020, 03:48 am This is very true Post by Busayo879 on 07 June 2020, 03:44 am The states are pressing ahead with their relaxation of the coronavirus induced lockdown. In Lagos State, the government warned yesterday that any church or mosque that admits worshippers without face masks once they reopen would be shut down. Post by comfy on 07 June 2020, 03:34 am necessary but not sufficient condition to transform ma Post by Alexboy on 07 June 2020, 03:27 am True Post by YerimaJr. on 07 June 2020, 03:12 am This country tire me, always unorganized Post by Ritty_empire on 07 June 2020, 03:09 am We are still battling with on employment in Nigeria Post by Olatunbosun123 on 07 June 2020, 03:06 am Truly talk too even more Post by Horlafimihan on 07 June 2020, 03:02 am Very true Post by Tonbon19 on 07 June 2020, 02:44 am Okay Post by Sommilvia on 07 June 2020, 02:37 am Very true Post by Miracle on 07 June 2020, 02:36 am I see Post by omakay2 on 07 June 2020, 02:31 am Hmmmmm Post by teekay_82 on 07 June 2020, 02:29 am I don't know why people are taking the risk, COVID-19 is real Post by tuminy_zena on 07 June 2020, 02:22 am That's the honest truth and we are still battling with unemployment Post by Adamummy on 07 June 2020, 02:19 am It is no news that this covid 19 has turned things around negatively for some people Post by Greatness on 07 June 2020, 02:15 am Hmm Post by Seraph2438 on 07 June 2020, 02:08 am God help us Post by GraceLuka on 07 June 2020, 01:58 am It will soon be over Post by Yungpresidoo on 07 June 2020, 01:58 am Where there is no job before Post by Ajisefinniidris01 on 07 June 2020, 01:55 am May the lord see us through from this disease Post by Oribams on 07 June 2020, 01:47 am It is well Post by Marvey626 on 07 June 2020, 01:47 am This is serious Post by LoVeth on 07 June 2020, 01:40 am Very sad Post by Abigailujunwa on 07 June 2020, 01:38 am It will be over soon I pray Post by Lemmy on 07 June 2020, 01:37 am This freightens me Post by Jude on 07 June 2020, 01:37 am Very sad Post by Kadirigideon on 07 June 2020, 01:31 am That's true because alot of people have lost their job because of this pandemic. Post by BOYCLYNT on 07 June 2020, 01:25 am Massively Post by Freya2020 on 07 June 2020, 01:23 am Sad news Post by DonStrings on 07 June 2020, 01:20 am Its welll Post by Ajia4real on 07 June 2020, 01:19 am This is serious Post by Gero on 07 June 2020, 01:15 am Wow Post by maxilo2002 on 07 June 2020, 01:12 am Wow Post by Mavriz007 on 07 June 2020, 01:08 am Absolutely Post by Emeka71 on 07 June 2020, 01:06 am That's correct Post by Bolasco on 07 June 2020, 01:04 am This is absolute correct Post by Esimmy on 07 June 2020, 01:03 am The available jobs pays peanuts. Post by Adeleke3539 on 07 June 2020, 01:02 am Exactly Post by Pelumi502 on 07 June 2020, 00:50 am Nice Post by Esperanza on 07 June 2020, 00:48 am That's actually the truth Post by odunchristi on 07 June 2020, 00:46 am Nigeria has no more jobs again Post by Anitajude on 07 June 2020, 00:42 am Exactly Post by Lekan24 on 07 June 2020, 00:39 am Nice post Post by MasterGidi on 07 June 2020, 00:39 am Thanks for the information Post by John.j121 on 07 June 2020, 00:35 am Bad country but I don't understand why Post by Odudu1 on 07 June 2020, 00:33 am Is true ooo Post by database on 07 June 2020, 00:30 am Thanks for the information Post by Sodiano20 on 07 June 2020, 00:20 am God is our power and savior in this country Post by Patoo443 on 07 June 2020, 00:19 am We get job before? Post by gizobwoi on 07 June 2020, 00:16 am It really a business stuffs Post by timchado on 07 June 2020, 00:03 am R Post by Kardia on 06 June 2020, 23:59 pm Well all I know is that after covid 19 I'm going to get a good paying job Post by Rhymzo123 on 06 June 2020, 23:52 pm Hmmm...I see Post by oroseyole on 06 June 2020, 23:28 pm Bad country but I don't understand why mosque will open before church, are there trying to say Hausa are better than Christians Post by Symplysam on 06 June 2020, 23:02 pm Our poor country Post by layodaniel on 06 June 2020, 22:59 pm Heal our land oh lord Post by Chivera signature on 06 June 2020, 22:10 pm So sympathetic Post by Habeeb878 on 06 June 2020, 22:10 pm Sad Post by prinz-whee on 06 June 2020, 22:05 pm Bad news Post by Jujah on 06 June 2020, 22:01 pm It's really sympathetic Post by Rashidat128 on 06 June 2020, 21:50 pm Very good at least checking on them regularly would ensure they don't violate the guidelines and I pray this pandemic end soon o source of income has been stopped for most employees Post by Ogunlade722 on 06 June 2020, 21:34 pm Yeah Post by Bb75100 on 06 June 2020, 21:34 pm Nice Post by Kramer2k on 06 June 2020, 21:27 pm Covid 19 has caused so much evil in Nigeria Post by marvelousaniche23 on 06 June 2020, 21:27 pm Okay Post by RaymondRox on 06 June 2020, 21:23 pm Okay Post by Hegel97 on 06 June 2020, 21:09 pm Bad Post by San444 on 06 June 2020, 21:04 pm God help us Post by Bosslady on 06 June 2020, 20:55 pm It's well Post by Abllo on 06 June 2020, 20:45 pm Hmmmm Post by njluv on 06 June 2020, 20:29 pm Too bad if this should happen Post by Samuel Ayomide on 06 June 2020, 20:14 pm This is very true . this virus as really done bad to Nigeria Jobs Post by Pearl4048 on 06 June 2020, 20:04 pm Covid 19 has done Nigeria great evil Post by Queeniebleez on 06 June 2020, 19:58 pm Its a very serious case. I know a few who also lost der jobs to dis pandemic Post by Amarachi on 06 June 2020, 19:56 pm Wowww Post by Decent96 on 06 June 2020, 19:42 pm We need more jobs opportunities Post by Chydivine.e on 06 June 2020, 19:34 pm Wow Post by Airmi on 06 June 2020, 19:30 pm Nice development Post by Sammini on 06 June 2020, 19:21 pm Bad Post by ayamblackhammer on 06 June 2020, 18:53 pm Covid19 has really dealt with Nigeria???????? Post by marvisboy on 06 June 2020, 18:43 pm Nice move Post by Ashetaye on 06 June 2020, 18:24 pm Nice development Post by Diamond3310 on 06 June 2020, 18:05 pm They should better join giftal world Post by Manasmart247 on 06 June 2020, 17:57 pm Giftalworld thanks for keeping us updated with important information information Post by Oge bliss on 06 June 2020, 17:50 pm This pandemic is of no good but a trait to our country's economy. Post by Kattybabe1 on 06 June 2020, 17:48 pm That is a good development Post by Oluwasegun1 on 06 June 2020, 17:44 pm okay Post by God on 06 June 2020, 17:39 pm Glad it hasn't claimed their lives yet Post by DISAB on 06 June 2020, 17:38 pm Good Post by Thomasking on 06 June 2020, 17:38 pm We need job in this country Post by Kalason86 on 06 June 2020, 17:19 pm This is totally rubbish Post by Dimashills2 on 06 June 2020, 17:17 pm The pandemic is claiming almost everything Post by Destiny101010 on 06 June 2020, 17:11 pm This pandemic is getting out of hand Post by @Elcarim on 06 June 2020, 17:10 pm Rubbish Post by Ramzyrose on 06 June 2020, 17:09 pm Nice update Post by kelvinideal on 06 June 2020, 16:57 pm This pandemic has rendered many jobless Post by Abenice85 on 06 June 2020, 16:56 pm This is totally rubbish Post by Khadeefa on 06 June 2020, 16:53 pm This pandemic is really bad Post by Bashman200 on 06 June 2020, 16:43 pm Not only affecting Nigeria but the world at large Post by Peachyluv on 06 June 2020, 16:37 pm Its changing the world too Post by Mykiel15 on 06 June 2020, 16:25 pm Yeah Post by Omavera on 06 June 2020, 16:25 pm Okay Post by Luiz James on 06 June 2020, 16:22 pm Not Bad Post by Best444 on 06 June 2020, 16:19 pm Gud Post by Wahab14 on 06 June 2020, 16:15 pm That's bad Post by Victorystone on 06 June 2020, 16:07 pm Very badd Post by Chijioke5 on 06 June 2020, 16:06 pm It's alright Post by Hassan123 on 06 June 2020, 15:54 pm Wrong claim Post by Miracle97 on 06 June 2020, 15:45 pm Bad Post by Adio on 06 June 2020, 15:37 pm ok Post by folakemikelly on 06 June 2020, 15:29 pm Really bad Post by Jamesfk6 on 06 June 2020, 15:28 pm So true Post by Kemerald on 06 June 2020, 15:23 pm This is bad... Post by Emmygiftal on 06 June 2020, 15:23 pm How true? Post by Bartholomew on 06 June 2020, 15:19 pm Cute Post by Utibe256 on 06 June 2020, 15:17 pm This is not good at all May God help us Post by Kaza on 06 June 2020, 15:09 pm Very appalling Post by Djayemjay on 06 June 2020, 14:50 pm Really bad Post by Ememvictor on 06 June 2020, 14:50 pm Hope dey Post by Atokeolami on 06 June 2020, 14:48 pm This pandemic has cause much damage Post by Amydazzling on 06 June 2020, 14:48 pm Bad Post by Khosee on 06 June 2020, 14:41 pm This pandemic is too much Post by Sunny48 on 06 June 2020, 14:40 pm Better up Post by subosco on 06 June 2020, 14:37 pm May GOD help us all in this nation.. Post by Baybie on 06 June 2020, 14:32 pm May God help us all Post by Aishat on 06 June 2020, 14:28 pm okay Post by WWE on 06 June 2020, 14:25 pm May God have mercy on Nigeria Post by Esther44 on 06 June 2020, 14:13 pm Good Post by Ajia4real on 06 June 2020, 14:10 pm Thanks for the information Post by MzGoldy on 06 June 2020, 14:08 pm Bad Post by Cynthia 101 on 06 June 2020, 14:01 pm This is really bad Post by GraceLuka on 06 June 2020, 13:58 pm These matter pass us Post by Sordam on 06 June 2020, 13:56 pm Good update Post by Waripamowei001 on 06 June 2020, 13:53 pm Tanks Post by Gifty_luv on 06 June 2020, 13:46 pm Oh wow this is bad God help us all Post by Gojason on 06 June 2020, 13:39 pm That's bad Post by bilz102 on 06 June 2020, 13:35 pm Not just in Nigeria alone Post by Hay_kay on 06 June 2020, 13:34 pm Thanks Post by ELVIS on 06 June 2020, 13:19 pm Thanks for sharing Post by Larryblend on 06 June 2020, 13:17 pm Thanks for the Information Post by Gwisdom on 06 June 2020, 13:17 pm It is well Post by Kosi1 on 06 June 2020, 13:16 pm God help us Post by database on 06 June 2020, 13:12 pm Thanks for the information Post by emkayvee on 06 June 2020, 13:08 pm Nice one Post by Mufti on 06 June 2020, 13:04 pm Good Post by Timeyin007 on 06 June 2020, 13:01 pm Okay Post by Akanni on 06 June 2020, 12:57 pm So bad Post by C0ded on 06 June 2020, 12:53 pm Well that's bad Post by Nwokeafot on 06 June 2020, 12:48 pm This is really heart breaking Post by Abusi on 06 June 2020, 12:24 pm Nice Post by ZaddyD on 06 June 2020, 12:16 pm It is well Post by Khalif234 on 06 June 2020, 12:14 pm My country na scam Post by Jay_dee on 06 June 2020, 12:13 pm This is sad Post by Peace E on 06 June 2020, 11:56 am It is well Post by Mafhau on 06 June 2020, 11:54 am We hope this doesn't increase the rate of criminality and insecurity. Post by Mitchz12 on 06 June 2020, 11:52 am Thanks for the information Post by Chigozie99 on 06 June 2020, 11:41 am Very bad Post by OmoAkin97 on 06 June 2020, 11:37 am The info is right Post by Olusina11 on 06 June 2020, 11:35 am This is true Post by max509 on 06 June 2020, 11:34 am Thanks for the information Post by Dano22 on 06 June 2020, 11:30 am the commerce, service, and agriculture sectors. 79% of respondents reported that their households total income have decreased since mid-March.” NBS said some households struggled to purchase staple foods like yam, rice and beans during the seven days prior to the interview with 35-59 per cent of households who need to purchase these staple foods reporting that they were not able to buy them. 26 per cent of households reported not being able to access medical treatment when they needed it during the same period. Post by Princeoj on 06 June 2020, 11:30 am This is not good at all Post by GMAT on 06 June 2020, 11:26 am Hmmm this is bad oo Post by Oluwasegun on 06 June 2020, 11:25 am This is not good at all..God please heal the earth Post by Ummuhaneefah1 on 06 June 2020, 11:25 am Not good Post by Miracle5658 on 06 June 2020, 11:25 am What are you now doing about it Post by Precious Anthony on 06 June 2020, 11:24 am This whole covid 19 stuff should be over ni Post by Walex48320 on 06 June 2020, 11:23 am Love it Post by Michael234 on 06 June 2020, 11:22 am ok Post by Chibuike2000 on 06 June 2020, 11:18 am Spoken facts Post by Zubbyprince on 06 June 2020, 11:17 am Okay Post by George Washington on 06 June 2020, 11:13 am If the government fail to see that job opportunities are created then the country will be flooded with unemployed youth Post by Favy Jnr on 06 June 2020, 11:11 am Hmmm I see Post by Richards24 on 06 June 2020, 10:58 am Very bad Post by Seraph2438 on 06 June 2020, 10:56 am This is very true Post by HorlamiArc on 06 June 2020, 10:47 am may God save us Post by Ejim18 on 06 June 2020, 10:39 am Covid come and go Post by TeTiTaKa on 06 June 2020, 10:37 am They should join Giftalworld Post by Cassyeugenia on 06 June 2020, 10:36 am Abeg let this pandemic pass over o Post by Donjay006 on 06 June 2020, 10:34 am Wonderful Post by Useey021 on 06 June 2020, 10:34 am Good one Post by Abbarukkaiya on 06 June 2020, 10:28 am Really not a good one for us. Post by Femi417 on 06 June 2020, 10:28 am Exactly Post by Kalason on 06 June 2020, 10:26 am This is amazing to know Post by izzy_jo on 06 June 2020, 10:24 am This is not good at all..God please heal the earth Post by Marthoranking on 06 June 2020, 10:22 am So sad... Post by olanoni on 06 June 2020, 10:19 am Yeah Post by Marigold001 on 06 June 2020, 10:06 am Sad but it’s true???? Post by Anitajude on 06 June 2020, 10:05 am Not a lie at all Post by Kinx080 on 06 June 2020, 10:02 am Hmm Post by lordsammy123 on 06 June 2020, 09:59 am wow Post by DDDDD on 06 June 2020, 09:57 am God be with us all Post by Priscillam on 06 June 2020, 09:56 am Is true oooo but God will see us through Post by Joyousgraphix on 06 June 2020, 09:48 am sure nah Post by youngwarrior on 06 June 2020, 09:47 am If the government fail to see that job opportunities are created then the country will be flooded with unemployed youth Post by Sweet peace on 06 June 2020, 09:44 am God have mercy on us Post by Sasuke on 06 June 2020, 09:42 am Na dem know Post by Ujunwa02 on 06 June 2020, 09:39 am Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us! Post by Oluwo1 on 06 June 2020, 09:35 am Nice Post by Lilberry on 06 June 2020, 09:33 am It's true o Post by DarkCuphid on 06 June 2020, 09:32 am It's really disheartening... It's going to make the mass suffer at large Post by Ayomide999 on 06 June 2020, 09:30 am Our economy is falling Post by Pretty fruity on 06 June 2020, 09:29 am Very sad Post by Sambest254 on 06 June 2020, 09:28 am Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us! Post by Imoleayomie on 06 June 2020, 09:26 am That's really bad Post by Bambi on 06 June 2020, 09:25 am True Post by Overlord5000 on 06 June 2020, 09:24 am Claim is a stonrg word Post by Jennifer124 on 06 June 2020, 09:17 am This is really sad Post by Senator90 on 06 June 2020, 09:08 am That's really bad and mal Post by Queen254 on 06 June 2020, 09:04 am Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us! Post by Maxwell93 on 06 June 2020, 09:04 am Yes its true Post by Livie165 on 06 June 2020, 09:04 am Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us! Post by DiNma on 06 June 2020, 09:03 am This is really sad Post by KingDave on 06 June 2020, 09:03 am That's true Post by Emmy on 06 June 2020, 09:02 am Interesting Post by Sodiq666 on 06 June 2020, 09:01 am Nice one Post by Aniellasugar on 06 June 2020, 09:00 am This is bad news Post by softy001 on 06 June 2020, 08:59 am Okay Post by MrNUEL on 06 June 2020, 08:57 am Olord when will this pandemic end Post by Surdman11 on 06 June 2020, 08:56 am Ok Post by Waris007 on 06 June 2020, 08:55 am Hmm Post by Stephenson123 on 06 June 2020, 08:55 am The jobs of many are stake because of this pandemic. 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Post by Patoo443 on 08 June 2020, 03:45 am

I really have pity for those people that don't have jobs


Post by Hegel97 on 08 June 2020, 03:40 am

Good


Post by Vincent_vhyn on 08 June 2020, 03:31 am

Politics and all its drama


Post by Adebayo on 08 June 2020, 03:24 am

Absolutely YES


Post by Emeka71 on 08 June 2020, 03:15 am

Apply caution when handling patients


Post by Avigson on 08 June 2020, 03:04 am

That's great development and welcome idea


Post by Bencharles on 08 June 2020, 03:00 am

Safety first


Post by Yungpresidoo on 08 June 2020, 02:53 am

There is God o


Post by KingsleyUdo on 08 June 2020, 02:45 am

Money making


Post by Chimobi12 on 08 June 2020, 02:45 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Mavriz007 on 08 June 2020, 02:44 am

Na wa oooooo


Post by GraceLuka on 08 June 2020, 02:44 am

Only God can help us


Post by Adeleke3539 on 08 June 2020, 02:42 am

Unbelievable


Post by Busayo879 on 08 June 2020, 02:34 am

Mojola said parents are prohibited from taking their infants to religious gatherings. Violation of the directive will attract sanctions against such parents, he said.


Post by kingman19 on 08 June 2020, 02:27 am

K


Post by God on 08 June 2020, 02:23 am

Money man


Post by maxilo2002 on 08 June 2020, 02:16 am

God help nigeria


Post by Emmaco on 08 June 2020, 01:52 am

Ok


Post by Zsalisul on 08 June 2020, 01:28 am

May God help ue


Post by Jenni Tochi on 08 June 2020, 01:26 am

Okay


Post by Olamide on 08 June 2020, 00:59 am

Wow


Post by emkayvee on 08 June 2020, 00:53 am

Okay


Post by Marthoranking on 08 June 2020, 00:19 am

That's totally true


Post by prinz-whee on 08 June 2020, 00:01 am

Ok


Post by Ghebhasz on 07 June 2020, 23:59 pm

May God help us


Post by DePraiz on 07 June 2020, 23:58 pm

very true and the government needs to help it citizens to get jobs after the lockdown


Post by Amahat05 on 07 June 2020, 23:58 pm

Hmm


Post by Ellie on 07 June 2020, 23:56 pm

Hmmmm


Post by Ememvictor on 07 June 2020, 23:54 pm

Interesting


Post by James on 07 June 2020, 23:45 pm

Nice


Post by Habeeb878 on 07 June 2020, 23:43 pm

Bad news


Post by Abgarbah on 07 June 2020, 23:38 pm

Ok


Post by LexyBlaze on 07 June 2020, 23:22 pm

This is bad


Post by Vickxenj on 07 June 2020, 23:13 pm

Kkk


Post by Diokason on 07 June 2020, 23:02 pm

OK


Post by Gojason on 07 June 2020, 22:54 pm

That's bad


Post by T4wealth on 07 June 2020, 22:45 pm

Infact this is true, Corona virus had really affected even more than 42percent jobs in Nigeria


Post by Nuellachizzy on 07 June 2020, 22:44 pm

We pray everything normalise


Post by Mitchz12 on 07 June 2020, 22:41 pm

Good


Post by Uwabukaonye on 07 June 2020, 22:39 pm

Good


Post by Debby123 on 07 June 2020, 22:35 pm

Good


Post by Lovervicty on 07 June 2020, 22:19 pm

That's e correct


Post by Miracle97 on 07 June 2020, 22:18 pm

Good


Post by Avigson on 07 June 2020, 22:16 pm

That's horrible


Post by TeTiTaKa on 07 June 2020, 22:10 pm

This is ok


Post by chankee1 on 07 June 2020, 21:57 pm

expected to aid employment generation,


Post by Cheesom99 on 07 June 2020, 21:45 pm

This is soo bad


Post by Blaq Josh on 07 June 2020, 21:41 pm

The effects of COVID 19. Terrible


Post by Amiable990 on 07 June 2020, 21:40 pm

Sad


Post by Staris on 07 June 2020, 21:37 pm

Bad


Post by Jamesfk6 on 07 June 2020, 21:31 pm

So bad


Post by ZaddyD on 07 June 2020, 21:20 pm

This is bad


Post by Pearl4048 on 07 June 2020, 21:16 pm

Covid19 ,a colleteral damage for our economy


Post by Olamilekan01 on 07 June 2020, 21:15 pm

Well


Post by Flare on 07 June 2020, 21:12 pm

Well!


Post by Larryblend on 07 June 2020, 21:10 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by Sammini on 07 June 2020, 21:08 pm

Too bad


Post by Merci on 07 June 2020, 20:56 pm

Great


Post by Kingjeffrey on 07 June 2020, 20:49 pm

Wow


Post by izzy_jo on 07 June 2020, 20:43 pm

This is why being self employed is the best


Post by Marigold001 on 07 June 2020, 20:33 pm

Nice


Post by God on 07 June 2020, 20:30 pm

Possible outcome


Post by Queeniebleez on 07 June 2020, 20:30 pm

This shiit really affectn stuffs


Post by Mykiel15 on 07 June 2020, 20:29 pm

Not cool


Post by Imoleayomie on 07 June 2020, 19:57 pm

Good


Post by CandyBee87 on 07 June 2020, 19:55 pm

Yeah


Post by Richman on 07 June 2020, 19:48 pm

OK


Post by Eborka destiny on 07 June 2020, 19:43 pm

Good


Post by Kceeonyekachi on 07 June 2020, 19:41 pm

The decision to proceed, restrict, modify, postpone or cancel a worship service after a thorough risk assessment solely lies with the state government. “All places of worship must nominate a person who would liaise with the state government to obtain a safety clearance for their premises. “Crowd capacity must be limited to no more than 40 per cent of the approved occupying limits of religious centres by the state government with a maximum limit of 500 people irrespective of the size of the religious centre.


Post by OmoAkin97 on 07 June 2020, 19:34 pm

Too bad


Post by MARYAM61 on 07 June 2020, 19:32 pm

Okay


Post by Gift omokaro on 07 June 2020, 19:19 pm

Okay


Post by Airmi on 07 June 2020, 19:19 pm

This is disheartening


Post by Fav609 on 07 June 2020, 19:14 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by vikkymercy on 07 June 2020, 19:04 pm

Ok


Post by AdamsIsaiah on 07 June 2020, 19:04 pm

Nice update


Post by Paschal2020 on 07 June 2020, 18:59 pm

God have mercy


Post by Peace E on 07 June 2020, 18:47 pm

God have mercy


Post by Jeremiah Abolarin on 07 June 2020, 18:45 pm

Great


Post by Arinola814 on 07 June 2020, 18:36 pm

That is the truth


Post by Amarachi on 07 June 2020, 18:24 pm

Ok


Post by Slimolar2 on 07 June 2020, 18:21 pm

May God help


Post by Pandaa on 07 June 2020, 18:21 pm

This is disheartening


Post by harunaishola on 07 June 2020, 18:18 pm

This is shocking God will take control


Post by Ramadan on 07 June 2020, 18:13 pm

This is amazing


Post by Abenice85 on 07 June 2020, 18:06 pm

This is so amazing


Post by [email protected] on 07 June 2020, 18:03 pm

Amazing


Post by Atokeolami on 07 June 2020, 17:58 pm

Good


Post by Sawce on 07 June 2020, 17:52 pm

Good


Post by Timeyin007 on 07 June 2020, 17:49 pm

Okay


Post by Omavera on 07 June 2020, 17:45 pm

Good


Post by Kalason86 on 07 June 2020, 17:36 pm

This is so amazing


Post by Kalason on 07 June 2020, 17:28 pm

This is amazing thank for this


Post by Asadullah46 on 07 June 2020, 17:25 pm

This is an interesting article


Post by Waripamowei001 on 07 June 2020, 17:05 pm

Good


Post by Precious Anthony on 07 June 2020, 16:59 pm

May God help us


Post by Ajibike000 on 07 June 2020, 16:58 pm

Good


Post by Favy Jnr on 07 June 2020, 16:54 pm

Hmmm


Post by Princeoj on 07 June 2020, 16:52 pm

Soory


Post by ELVIS2194 on 07 June 2020, 16:44 pm

Good


Post by Oge bliss on 07 June 2020, 16:26 pm

God please heal our land


Post by Holahmihdeh01 on 07 June 2020, 16:24 pm

Speechless


Post by Wahab14 on 07 June 2020, 16:24 pm

Nice to hear thanks


Post by subosco on 07 June 2020, 16:11 pm

May GOD help us all..


Post by DISAB on 07 June 2020, 15:59 pm

Sad


Post by Gifty_luv on 07 June 2020, 15:54 pm

May God help us all


Post by Fizzy on 07 June 2020, 15:41 pm

May the lord see us through from this disease


Post by youngfellow on 07 June 2020, 15:24 pm

Nah so o


Post by George Washington on 07 June 2020, 15:16 pm

More should be created post pandemic


Post by Aguero1 on 07 June 2020, 15:13 pm

the government should do more on job creation and job securing to negate the effects or this pandemic


Post by Abllo on 07 June 2020, 15:01 pm

Sad


Post by nigel on 07 June 2020, 14:54 pm

Too bad


Post by Mr.AJK on 07 June 2020, 14:50 pm

Thats true jare


Post by Best444 on 07 June 2020, 14:49 pm

Ok


Post by C0ded on 07 June 2020, 14:48 pm

God help us


Post by Ephraim udo on 07 June 2020, 14:47 pm

It is well


Post by Luiz James on 07 June 2020, 14:40 pm

All the best


Post by [email protected] on 07 June 2020, 14:39 pm

42% and rising...


Post by Iconic Oswald on 07 June 2020, 14:37 pm

God will see us through


Post by Finestjega on 07 June 2020, 14:32 pm

May Almighty help us


Post by Tsmartamt on 07 June 2020, 14:24 pm

Good


Post by Oluwasegun1 on 07 June 2020, 14:08 pm

ok


Post by Samsolat on 07 June 2020, 14:02 pm

May God help us all


Post by Dunn on 07 June 2020, 13:55 pm

Thank you for the enlightenment


Post by Chigozie99 on 07 June 2020, 13:53 pm

Alright


Post by Cynthia 101 on 07 June 2020, 13:49 pm

So sad


Post by Yvonne01 on 07 June 2020, 13:47 pm

So true


Post by Fk on 07 June 2020, 13:46 pm

expert opinion


Post by Abusi on 07 June 2020, 13:43 pm

Nice


Post by Manyo1992 on 07 June 2020, 13:37 pm

It's true


Post by Chika diamond on 07 June 2020, 13:36 pm

Alright


Post by Oluwo1 on 07 June 2020, 13:35 pm

Nice


Post by Opeyemidx on 07 June 2020, 13:32 pm

Alright


Post by CorneliaEyo on 07 June 2020, 13:20 pm

Nice update


Post by Kaza on 07 June 2020, 13:16 pm

Nice one


Post by EK on 07 June 2020, 13:16 pm

Good


Post by Sulaimon654 on 07 June 2020, 13:14 pm

Good


Post by genee on 07 June 2020, 13:12 pm

Okay


Post by Chisom782 on 07 June 2020, 13:06 pm

Good


Post by Esther44 on 07 June 2020, 13:02 pm

Alright


Post by Tbostic16 on 07 June 2020, 12:59 pm

Gud


Post by Pundit247 on 07 June 2020, 12:53 pm

All is well


Post by Chikwado4605 on 07 June 2020, 12:50 pm

Everybody is really affected so much.. God help us..


Post by Callista on 07 June 2020, 12:49 pm

Okay


Post by Aishat on 07 June 2020, 12:42 pm

ok


Post by Emmanuel_es_CEO on 07 June 2020, 12:36 pm

Issoright


Post by Hoshilo on 07 June 2020, 12:35 pm

It's cool


Post by Hermenart on 07 June 2020, 12:32 pm

Any little thing covid-19


Post by Reubenginger on 07 June 2020, 12:25 pm

Everybody blames covid-19 for everything


Post by Miracle5658 on 07 June 2020, 12:24 pm

With God we must survive


Post by Useey021 on 07 June 2020, 12:23 pm

Good one


Post by Fredo Peter on 07 June 2020, 12:21 pm

ok


Post by Chimobi12 on 07 June 2020, 12:14 pm

Cool thanks for the update


Post by Priscillam on 07 June 2020, 12:11 pm

That's true


Post by MaureenD on 07 June 2020, 12:09 pm

Good


Post by Regimented on 07 June 2020, 12:03 pm

Nice


Post by Whayasay on 07 June 2020, 11:58 am

Nice


Post by Sassy on 07 June 2020, 11:51 am

Nice


Post by Humble Dan on 07 June 2020, 11:48 am

Okay


Post by Mrmick19 on 07 June 2020, 11:47 am

Okay


Post by Davidomeiza on 07 June 2020, 11:42 am

Alright


Post by Hegel97 on 07 June 2020, 11:36 am

Good


Post by meshach222 on 07 June 2020, 11:31 am

S


Post by Mide798 on 07 June 2020, 11:31 am

That's pretty high.... I hope this all comes to an end


Post by Ash4747 on 07 June 2020, 10:59 am

Thank you for the information


Post by Zubbyprince on 07 June 2020, 10:56 am

Okay


Post by MrNUEL on 07 June 2020, 10:52 am

Govt should do something bforr things turns worst


Post by Emmy on 07 June 2020, 10:52 am

Interesting


Post by Abu Muiz on 07 June 2020, 10:52 am

good


Post by Priestly on 07 June 2020, 10:52 am

Okay


Post by Earlierman on 07 June 2020, 10:40 am

Not surprised


Post by Sherifffamosa on 07 June 2020, 10:40 am

I don't trust that figure


Post by swokoma on 07 June 2020, 10:39 am

Very true


Post by Emmygiftal on 07 June 2020, 10:36 am

Cool one


Post by Jennychizzy on 07 June 2020, 10:33 am

Isokay


Post by nemesis on 07 June 2020, 10:30 am

Joke people. Jobs that were never there


Post by Tiller on 07 June 2020, 10:29 am

Thanks for the information


Post by Bartholomew on 07 June 2020, 10:26 am

Nice


Post by MAMUS ONOS on 07 June 2020, 10:19 am

Ok


Post by Pheezco001 on 07 June 2020, 10:17 am

Wonderful


Post by Cynrustessy on 07 June 2020, 10:16 am

God helpus


Post by Solomonjackson210 on 07 June 2020, 10:08 am

Ok


Post by Mary on 07 June 2020, 10:06 am

Wonderful


Post by Mcdammie2 on 07 June 2020, 10:05 am

Thanks for the update


Post by GafarBolaji on 07 June 2020, 09:55 am

Is good


Post by Dimashills2 on 07 June 2020, 09:54 am

Nice


Post by Oladayo12 on 07 June 2020, 09:47 am

Thanks for the update


Post by Iloka on 07 June 2020, 09:44 am

No work any where


Post by max509 on 07 June 2020, 09:43 am

True talk oo


Post by Akanni on 07 June 2020, 09:29 am

Fact


Post by Mrfemac on 07 June 2020, 09:27 am

True talk


Post by Ogodio Jeffrey on 07 June 2020, 09:25 am

Good


Post by MzGoldy on 07 June 2020, 09:15 am

Hmm


Post by Ucheboi on 07 June 2020, 09:12 am

True


Post by KingDave on 07 June 2020, 09:12 am

It's true


Post by HorlamiArc on 07 June 2020, 09:07 am

terrific


Post by Victorystone on 07 June 2020, 09:05 am

I oray this ends soon


Post by Chi145 on 07 June 2020, 09:03 am

So bad


Post by Princetrippleo01 on 07 June 2020, 09:02 am

Okays


Post by Leahpard22 on 07 June 2020, 09:01 am

Yes That's true


Post by Ejim18 on 07 June 2020, 08:59 am

True talk


Post by Ebuka2002 on 07 June 2020, 08:54 am

Over160 persons suspected of coming in contact with three new confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state are currently being searched for.


Post by Sanni on 07 June 2020, 08:54 am

Ok


Post by Atikuumar on 07 June 2020, 08:51 am

Me in love with YAHYA bello


Post by kayjee3 on 07 June 2020, 08:50 am

households


Post by Djayemjay on 07 June 2020, 08:45 am

True


Post by Stceejay on 07 June 2020, 08:41 am

except politicians


Post by Adebayo on 07 June 2020, 08:39 am

Uhmnnnn On God


Post by Damilolakelvin on 07 June 2020, 08:34 am

The report showed that many households have struggled to cope with these widespread shocks with 51 per cent of all households resorting to reducing food consumption.


Post by Micheal Akins on 07 June 2020, 08:33 am

Very bad


Post by Esjay on 07 June 2020, 08:29 am

That's very bad


Post by David Desmond on 07 June 2020, 08:24 am

God help us


Post by Deenyunus on 07 June 2020, 08:23 am

Bad news


Post by Lateef44 on 07 June 2020, 08:19 am

That's sad


Post by Jeffpallo on 07 June 2020, 08:18 am

Nice


Post by Olamide20 on 07 June 2020, 08:17 am

God will safe us from Covid19


Post by Louisa on 07 June 2020, 08:05 am

42% Ke?? I'm sure this nonsense virus has claimed up to 65% Of jobs


Post by Iscy on 07 June 2020, 08:05 am

That's sad


Post by Hayzed on 07 June 2020, 08:04 am

what.a pity


Post by Shakace on 07 June 2020, 08:01 am

Bad


Post by Kayjee2 on 07 June 2020, 07:58 am

Seriously


Post by Yomi2020 on 07 June 2020, 07:56 am

I really feel for them


Post by Sadiq2001 on 07 June 2020, 07:56 am

Nice update


Post by Jasparo on 07 June 2020, 07:54 am

Hmmm


Post by Godspower on 07 June 2020, 07:45 am

Ohhh


Post by JimiSolade on 07 June 2020, 07:44 am

That's very bad , and sorry to hear that


Post by Ememedi on 07 June 2020, 07:43 am

Too serious


Post by G-MONEY on 07 June 2020, 07:38 am

Nice


Post by Ujunwa12345 on 07 June 2020, 07:38 am

It's a global problem.. Not only in Nigeria


Post by Habibat on 07 June 2020, 07:36 am

It's well


Post by AKANJI on 07 June 2020, 07:29 am

Extremely bad


Post by Anas on 07 June 2020, 07:27 am

It's true this is the fact


Post by Vicjane on 07 June 2020, 07:27 am

Not good


Post by Sunny48 on 07 June 2020, 07:27 am

So true


Post by Noddy on 07 June 2020, 07:27 am

Nice one


Post by Mhikel Jhago on 07 June 2020, 07:19 am

Nice update Interesting


Post by MKing on 07 June 2020, 07:19 am

Fact


Post by Sommycruz on 07 June 2020, 07:08 am

Very touchy


Post by Stephanie05 on 07 June 2020, 06:50 am

I'm sure it's more than 42%


Post by Dokunsworld on 07 June 2020, 06:49 am

It's a global problem.. Not only in Nigeria


Post by Richydice on 07 June 2020, 06:49 am

God help


Post by Shindaramhie on 07 June 2020, 06:49 am

It is well


Post by OGOSTIC on 07 June 2020, 06:45 am

It is well


Post by Chiomajesus on 07 June 2020, 06:39 am

may God help us


Post by Ire Alabi on 07 June 2020, 06:34 am

Good


Post by Mr. Mac on 07 June 2020, 06:23 am

Okay


Post by chanke on 07 June 2020, 06:23 am

Although business confidence d


Post by Segun247 on 07 June 2020, 06:19 am

May God help us all


Post by Aggytox on 07 June 2020, 06:13 am

Hmmm


Post by Stephen on 07 June 2020, 06:11 am

I think so


Post by nwagbarabeverly1 on 07 June 2020, 06:10 am

OTU ONYE ARA


Post by Chuky on 07 June 2020, 06:07 am

achieve the desired outcomes of a truly


Post by Uthailey on 07 June 2020, 06:00 am

It will not be well with covid 19


Post by nwagbarajoelyn on 07 June 2020, 05:58 am

Hmmm


Post by ozo on 07 June 2020, 05:52 am

ssed, are desirable and important to


Post by Ireneluv2 on 07 June 2020, 05:48 am

This is very true


Post by Busayo879 on 07 June 2020, 05:44 am

The states are pressing ahead with their relaxation of the coronavirus induced lockdown. In Lagos State, the government warned yesterday that any church or mosque that admits worshippers without face masks once they reopen would be shut down.


Post by comfy on 07 June 2020, 05:34 am

necessary but not sufficient condition to transform ma


Post by Alexboy on 07 June 2020, 05:27 am

True


Post by YerimaJr. on 07 June 2020, 05:12 am

This country tire me, always unorganized


Post by Ritty_empire on 07 June 2020, 05:09 am

We are still battling with on employment in Nigeria


Post by Olatunbosun123 on 07 June 2020, 05:06 am

Truly talk too even more


Post by Horlafimihan on 07 June 2020, 05:02 am

Very true


Post by Tonbon19 on 07 June 2020, 04:44 am

Okay


Post by Sommilvia on 07 June 2020, 04:37 am

Very true


Post by Miracle on 07 June 2020, 04:36 am

I see


Post by omakay2 on 07 June 2020, 04:31 am

Hmmmmm


Post by teekay_82 on 07 June 2020, 04:29 am

I don't know why people are taking the risk, COVID-19 is real


Post by tuminy_zena on 07 June 2020, 04:22 am

That's the honest truth and we are still battling with unemployment


Post by Adamummy on 07 June 2020, 04:19 am

It is no news that this covid 19 has turned things around negatively for some people


Post by Greatness on 07 June 2020, 04:15 am

Hmm


Post by Seraph2438 on 07 June 2020, 04:08 am

God help us


Post by GraceLuka on 07 June 2020, 03:58 am

It will soon be over


Post by Yungpresidoo on 07 June 2020, 03:58 am

Where there is no job before


Post by Ajisefinniidris01 on 07 June 2020, 03:55 am

May the lord see us through from this disease


Post by Oribams on 07 June 2020, 03:47 am

It is well


Post by Marvey626 on 07 June 2020, 03:47 am

This is serious


Post by LoVeth on 07 June 2020, 03:40 am

Very sad


Post by Abigailujunwa on 07 June 2020, 03:38 am

It will be over soon I pray


Post by Lemmy on 07 June 2020, 03:37 am

This freightens me


Post by Jude on 07 June 2020, 03:37 am

Very sad


Post by Kadirigideon on 07 June 2020, 03:31 am

That's true because alot of people have lost their job because of this pandemic.


Post by BOYCLYNT on 07 June 2020, 03:25 am

Massively


Post by Freya2020 on 07 June 2020, 03:23 am

Sad news


Post by DonStrings on 07 June 2020, 03:20 am

Its welll


Post by Ajia4real on 07 June 2020, 03:19 am

This is serious


Post by Gero on 07 June 2020, 03:15 am

Wow


Post by maxilo2002 on 07 June 2020, 03:12 am

Wow


Post by Mavriz007 on 07 June 2020, 03:08 am

Absolutely


Post by Emeka71 on 07 June 2020, 03:06 am

That's correct


Post by Bolasco on 07 June 2020, 03:04 am

This is absolute correct


Post by Esimmy on 07 June 2020, 03:03 am

The available jobs pays peanuts.


Post by Adeleke3539 on 07 June 2020, 03:02 am

Exactly


Post by Pelumi502 on 07 June 2020, 02:50 am

Nice


Post by Esperanza on 07 June 2020, 02:48 am

That's actually the truth


Post by odunchristi on 07 June 2020, 02:46 am

Nigeria has no more jobs again


Post by Anitajude on 07 June 2020, 02:42 am

Exactly


Post by Lekan24 on 07 June 2020, 02:39 am

Nice post


Post by MasterGidi on 07 June 2020, 02:39 am

Thanks for the information


Post by John.j121 on 07 June 2020, 02:35 am

Bad country but I don't understand why


Post by Odudu1 on 07 June 2020, 02:33 am

Is true ooo


Post by database on 07 June 2020, 02:30 am

Thanks for the information


Post by Sodiano20 on 07 June 2020, 02:20 am

God is our power and savior in this country


Post by Patoo443 on 07 June 2020, 02:19 am

We get job before?


Post by gizobwoi on 07 June 2020, 02:16 am

It really a business stuffs


Post by timchado on 07 June 2020, 02:03 am

R


Post by Kardia on 07 June 2020, 01:59 am

Well all I know is that after covid 19 I'm going to get a good paying job


Post by Rhymzo123 on 07 June 2020, 01:52 am

Hmmm...I see


Post by oroseyole on 07 June 2020, 01:28 am

Bad country but I don't understand why mosque will open before church, are there trying to say Hausa are better than Christians


Post by Symplysam on 07 June 2020, 01:02 am

Our poor country


Post by layodaniel on 07 June 2020, 00:59 am

Heal our land oh lord


Post by Chivera signature on 07 June 2020, 00:10 am

So sympathetic


Post by Habeeb878 on 07 June 2020, 00:10 am

Sad


Post by prinz-whee on 07 June 2020, 00:05 am

Bad news


Post by Jujah on 07 June 2020, 00:01 am

It's really sympathetic


Post by Rashidat128 on 06 June 2020, 23:50 pm

Very good at least checking on them regularly would ensure they don't violate the guidelines and I pray this pandemic end soon o source of income has been stopped for most employees


Post by Ogunlade722 on 06 June 2020, 23:34 pm

Yeah


Post by Bb75100 on 06 June 2020, 23:34 pm

Nice


Post by Kramer2k on 06 June 2020, 23:27 pm

Covid 19 has caused so much evil in Nigeria


Post by marvelousaniche23 on 06 June 2020, 23:27 pm

Okay


Post by RaymondRox on 06 June 2020, 23:23 pm

Okay


Post by Hegel97 on 06 June 2020, 23:09 pm

Bad


Post by San444 on 06 June 2020, 23:04 pm

God help us


Post by Bosslady on 06 June 2020, 22:55 pm

It's well


Post by Abllo on 06 June 2020, 22:45 pm

Hmmmm


Post by njluv on 06 June 2020, 22:29 pm

Too bad if this should happen


Post by Samuel Ayomide on 06 June 2020, 22:14 pm

This is very true . this virus as really done bad to Nigeria Jobs


Post by Pearl4048 on 06 June 2020, 22:04 pm

Covid 19 has done Nigeria great evil


Post by Queeniebleez on 06 June 2020, 21:58 pm

Its a very serious case. I know a few who also lost der jobs to dis pandemic


Post by Amarachi on 06 June 2020, 21:56 pm

Wowww


Post by Decent96 on 06 June 2020, 21:42 pm

We need more jobs opportunities


Post by Chydivine.e on 06 June 2020, 21:34 pm

Wow


Post by Airmi on 06 June 2020, 21:30 pm

Nice development


Post by Sammini on 06 June 2020, 21:21 pm

Bad


Post by ayamblackhammer on 06 June 2020, 20:53 pm

Covid19 has really dealt with Nigeria????????


Post by marvisboy on 06 June 2020, 20:43 pm

Nice move


Post by Ashetaye on 06 June 2020, 20:24 pm

Nice development


Post by Diamond3310 on 06 June 2020, 20:05 pm

They should better join giftal world


Post by Manasmart247 on 06 June 2020, 19:57 pm

Giftalworld thanks for keeping us updated with important information information


Post by Oge bliss on 06 June 2020, 19:50 pm

This pandemic is of no good but a trait to our country's economy.


Post by Kattybabe1 on 06 June 2020, 19:48 pm

That is a good development


Post by Oluwasegun1 on 06 June 2020, 19:44 pm

okay


Post by God on 06 June 2020, 19:39 pm

Glad it hasn't claimed their lives yet


Post by DISAB on 06 June 2020, 19:38 pm

Good


Post by Thomasking on 06 June 2020, 19:38 pm

We need job in this country


Post by Kalason86 on 06 June 2020, 19:19 pm

This is totally rubbish


Post by Dimashills2 on 06 June 2020, 19:17 pm

The pandemic is claiming almost everything


Post by Destiny101010 on 06 June 2020, 19:11 pm

This pandemic is getting out of hand


Post by @Elcarim on 06 June 2020, 19:10 pm

Rubbish


Post by Ramzyrose on 06 June 2020, 19:09 pm

Nice update


Post by kelvinideal on 06 June 2020, 18:57 pm

This pandemic has rendered many jobless


Post by Abenice85 on 06 June 2020, 18:56 pm

This is totally rubbish


Post by Khadeefa on 06 June 2020, 18:53 pm

This pandemic is really bad


Post by Bashman200 on 06 June 2020, 18:43 pm

Not only affecting Nigeria but the world at large


Post by Peachyluv on 06 June 2020, 18:37 pm

Its changing the world too


Post by Mykiel15 on 06 June 2020, 18:25 pm

Yeah


Post by Omavera on 06 June 2020, 18:25 pm

Okay


Post by Luiz James on 06 June 2020, 18:22 pm

Not Bad


Post by Best444 on 06 June 2020, 18:19 pm

Gud


Post by Wahab14 on 06 June 2020, 18:15 pm

That's bad


Post by Victorystone on 06 June 2020, 18:07 pm

Very badd


Post by Chijioke5 on 06 June 2020, 18:06 pm

It's alright


Post by Hassan123 on 06 June 2020, 17:54 pm

Wrong claim


Post by Miracle97 on 06 June 2020, 17:45 pm

Bad


Post by Adio on 06 June 2020, 17:37 pm

ok


Post by folakemikelly on 06 June 2020, 17:29 pm

Really bad


Post by Jamesfk6 on 06 June 2020, 17:28 pm

So true


Post by Kemerald on 06 June 2020, 17:23 pm

This is bad...


Post by Emmygiftal on 06 June 2020, 17:23 pm

How true?


Post by Bartholomew on 06 June 2020, 17:19 pm

Cute


Post by Utibe256 on 06 June 2020, 17:17 pm

This is not good at all May God help us


Post by Kaza on 06 June 2020, 17:09 pm

Very appalling


Post by Djayemjay on 06 June 2020, 16:50 pm

Really bad


Post by Ememvictor on 06 June 2020, 16:50 pm

Hope dey


Post by Atokeolami on 06 June 2020, 16:48 pm

This pandemic has cause much damage


Post by Amydazzling on 06 June 2020, 16:48 pm

Bad


Post by Khosee on 06 June 2020, 16:41 pm

This pandemic is too much


Post by Sunny48 on 06 June 2020, 16:40 pm

Better up


Post by subosco on 06 June 2020, 16:37 pm

May GOD help us all in this nation..


Post by Baybie on 06 June 2020, 16:32 pm

May God help us all


Post by Aishat on 06 June 2020, 16:28 pm

okay


Post by WWE on 06 June 2020, 16:25 pm

May God have mercy on Nigeria


Post by Esther44 on 06 June 2020, 16:13 pm

Good


Post by Ajia4real on 06 June 2020, 16:10 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by MzGoldy on 06 June 2020, 16:08 pm

Bad


Post by Cynthia 101 on 06 June 2020, 16:01 pm

This is really bad


Post by GraceLuka on 06 June 2020, 15:58 pm

These matter pass us


Post by Sordam on 06 June 2020, 15:56 pm

Good update


Post by Waripamowei001 on 06 June 2020, 15:53 pm

Tanks


Post by Gifty_luv on 06 June 2020, 15:46 pm

Oh wow this is bad God help us all


Post by Gojason on 06 June 2020, 15:39 pm

That's bad


Post by bilz102 on 06 June 2020, 15:35 pm

Not just in Nigeria alone


Post by Hay_kay on 06 June 2020, 15:34 pm

Thanks


Post by ELVIS on 06 June 2020, 15:19 pm

Thanks for sharing


Post by Larryblend on 06 June 2020, 15:17 pm

Thanks for the Information


Post by Gwisdom on 06 June 2020, 15:17 pm

It is well


Post by Kosi1 on 06 June 2020, 15:16 pm

God help us


Post by database on 06 June 2020, 15:12 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by emkayvee on 06 June 2020, 15:08 pm

Nice one


Post by Mufti on 06 June 2020, 15:04 pm

Good


Post by Timeyin007 on 06 June 2020, 15:01 pm

Okay


Post by Akanni on 06 June 2020, 14:57 pm

So bad


Post by C0ded on 06 June 2020, 14:53 pm

Well that's bad


Post by Nwokeafot on 06 June 2020, 14:48 pm

This is really heart breaking


Post by Abusi on 06 June 2020, 14:24 pm

Nice


Post by ZaddyD on 06 June 2020, 14:16 pm

It is well


Post by Khalif234 on 06 June 2020, 14:14 pm

My country na scam


Post by Jay_dee on 06 June 2020, 14:13 pm

This is sad


Post by Peace E on 06 June 2020, 13:56 pm

It is well


Post by Mafhau on 06 June 2020, 13:54 pm

We hope this doesn't increase the rate of criminality and insecurity.


Post by Mitchz12 on 06 June 2020, 13:52 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by Chigozie99 on 06 June 2020, 13:41 pm

Very bad


Post by OmoAkin97 on 06 June 2020, 13:37 pm

The info is right


Post by Olusina11 on 06 June 2020, 13:35 pm

This is true


Post by max509 on 06 June 2020, 13:34 pm

Thanks for the information


Post by Dano22 on 06 June 2020, 13:30 pm

the commerce, service, and agriculture sectors. 79% of respondents reported that their households total income have decreased since mid-March.” NBS said some households struggled to purchase staple foods like yam, rice and beans during the seven days prior to the interview with 35-59 per cent of households who need to purchase these staple foods reporting that they were not able to buy them. 26 per cent of households reported not being able to access medical treatment when they needed it during the same period.


Post by Princeoj on 06 June 2020, 13:30 pm

This is not good at all


Post by GMAT on 06 June 2020, 13:26 pm

Hmmm this is bad oo


Post by Oluwasegun on 06 June 2020, 13:25 pm

This is not good at all..God please heal the earth


Post by Ummuhaneefah1 on 06 June 2020, 13:25 pm

Not good


Post by Miracle5658 on 06 June 2020, 13:25 pm

What are you now doing about it


Post by Precious Anthony on 06 June 2020, 13:24 pm

This whole covid 19 stuff should be over ni


Post by Walex48320 on 06 June 2020, 13:23 pm

Love it


Post by Michael234 on 06 June 2020, 13:22 pm

ok


Post by Chibuike2000 on 06 June 2020, 13:18 pm

Spoken facts


Post by Zubbyprince on 06 June 2020, 13:17 pm

Okay


Post by George Washington on 06 June 2020, 13:13 pm

If the government fail to see that job opportunities are created then the country will be flooded with unemployed youth


Post by Favy Jnr on 06 June 2020, 13:11 pm

Hmmm I see


Post by Richards24 on 06 June 2020, 12:58 pm

Very bad


Post by Seraph2438 on 06 June 2020, 12:56 pm

This is very true


Post by HorlamiArc on 06 June 2020, 12:47 pm

may God save us


Post by Ejim18 on 06 June 2020, 12:39 pm

Covid come and go


Post by TeTiTaKa on 06 June 2020, 12:37 pm

They should join Giftalworld


Post by Cassyeugenia on 06 June 2020, 12:36 pm

Abeg let this pandemic pass over o


Post by Donjay006 on 06 June 2020, 12:34 pm

Wonderful


Post by Useey021 on 06 June 2020, 12:34 pm

Good one


Post by Abbarukkaiya on 06 June 2020, 12:28 pm

Really not a good one for us.


Post by Femi417 on 06 June 2020, 12:28 pm

Exactly


Post by Kalason on 06 June 2020, 12:26 pm

This is amazing to know


Post by izzy_jo on 06 June 2020, 12:24 pm

This is not good at all..God please heal the earth


Post by Marthoranking on 06 June 2020, 12:22 pm

So sad...


Post by olanoni on 06 June 2020, 12:19 pm

Yeah


Post by Marigold001 on 06 June 2020, 12:06 pm

Sad but it’s true????


Post by Anitajude on 06 June 2020, 12:05 pm

Not a lie at all


Post by Kinx080 on 06 June 2020, 12:02 pm

Hmm


Post by lordsammy123 on 06 June 2020, 11:59 am

wow


Post by DDDDD on 06 June 2020, 11:57 am

God be with us all


Post by Priscillam on 06 June 2020, 11:56 am

Is true oooo but God will see us through


Post by Joyousgraphix on 06 June 2020, 11:48 am

sure nah


Post by youngwarrior on 06 June 2020, 11:47 am

If the government fail to see that job opportunities are created then the country will be flooded with unemployed youth


Post by Sweet peace on 06 June 2020, 11:44 am

God have mercy on us


Post by Sasuke on 06 June 2020, 11:42 am

Na dem know


Post by Ujunwa02 on 06 June 2020, 11:39 am

Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us!


Post by Oluwo1 on 06 June 2020, 11:35 am

Nice


Post by Lilberry on 06 June 2020, 11:33 am

It's true o


Post by DarkCuphid on 06 June 2020, 11:32 am

It's really disheartening... It's going to make the mass suffer at large


Post by Ayomide999 on 06 June 2020, 11:30 am

Our economy is falling


Post by Pretty fruity on 06 June 2020, 11:29 am

Very sad


Post by Sambest254 on 06 June 2020, 11:28 am

Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us!


Post by Imoleayomie on 06 June 2020, 11:26 am

That's really bad


Post by Bambi on 06 June 2020, 11:25 am

True


Post by Overlord5000 on 06 June 2020, 11:24 am

Claim is a stonrg word


Post by Jennifer124 on 06 June 2020, 11:17 am

This is really sad


Post by Senator90 on 06 June 2020, 11:08 am

That's really bad and mal


Post by Queen254 on 06 June 2020, 11:04 am

Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us!


Post by Maxwell93 on 06 June 2020, 11:04 am

Yes its true


Post by Livie165 on 06 June 2020, 11:04 am

Very sad indeed! People were already suffering and to top it off with the impact of this pandemic, its just too much....God help us!


Post by DiNma on 06 June 2020, 11:03 am

This is really sad


Post by KingDave on 06 June 2020, 11:03 am

That's true


Post by Emmy on 06 June 2020, 11:02 am

Interesting


Post by Sodiq666 on 06 June 2020, 11:01 am

Nice one


Post by Aniellasugar on 06 June 2020, 11:00 am

This is bad news


Post by softy001 on 06 June 2020, 10:59 am

Okay


Post by MrNUEL on 06 June 2020, 10:57 am

Olord when will this pandemic end


Post by Surdman11 on 06 June 2020, 10:56 am

Ok


Post by Waris007 on 06 June 2020, 10:55 am

Hmm


Post by Stephenson123 on 06 June 2020, 10:55 am

The jobs of many are stake because of this pandemic.


Post by Callie23 on 06 June 2020, 10:54 am

Such a bad news for Nigerians


Post by Mrjosh1 on 06 June 2020, 10:54 am

Okay


Post by OGOSTIC on 06 June 2020, 10:54 am

Nice


Post by Gift omokaro on 06 June 2020, 10:53 am

Good


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