Well-known Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo, has faulted the proposed leisure of the ongoing lockdown in Abuja, Lagos and Ogun States.
Dakolo maintained that calming the lockdown in spite of the growing number of COVID-19 instances was not a good thought.
President Muhammadu Buhari had about a month in the past ordered the lockdown in a bid to deal with the spread of Coronavirus.
On the other hand, Buhari on Monday, announced gradual rest of the lockdown beginning from Might 4.
Reacting to the directive, the well-liked singer pressured that this was not the very best time to rest the lockdown, looking at the escalating variety of scenarios.
In a put up on his confirmed Twitter take care of, Dakolo lamented that the non-adherence to government’s directive on social distancing could jeopardise the goal of calming the lockdown.
According to Dakolo: “This lockdown they want to take it easy is not a very good plan,I repeat it is not a excellent thought. The amount are not encouraging at all and we never know how to assure social distance..#myopinion
“I hope you are undertaking the points you told on your own you would do,If you experienced time..I hope.”
Meanwhile, verified instances of COVID-19 in Nigeria at the moment stand at 1932.
This followed affirmation of 204 new COVID-19 circumstances in the country by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Command, NCDC.