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BREAKING:Abia Senator, Abaribe has contradicted any choice either by the Federal or state governments to broaden the COVID-19 lockdown.

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Abaribe, Senate Minority Leader, cautioned against the arranged across the nation lockdown over the pandemic, saying that turning to the additional measures would light a significant financial and security emergency that could hurt numerous Nigerians who rely upon day by day income for their sustenance.



The legislator cautioned that pushing for it could be ignitable and counter-beneficial as the individuals show up excessively exhausted to absorb further stuns.

“I will rather opt for a cautious and guided lifting of the lockdown where the existing measures like protective barriers such as the compulsory wearing of face masks, use of hand sanitizers and other associated sanitary and hygiene precautions are enforced in public places,” Abaribe said in a statement in Abuja on Saturday signed by his Media Adviser, Uchenna Awom.

“Aside from the above, daily disinfection of halls, rooms, vehicles, vessels, surroundings et al, must become the new normal. Doing these would definitely tamp the hot air and guide our people to resume their normal life.

“My fear is that majority of our people in the informal sector are daily earners hence their survival is predicated on their going out daily if they must survive. Our people operate mostly in the commercial sector, I have the feeling that further extension of the lockdown would hurt the people the more,” he said.

Abaribe, Senate Minority Leader, cautioned against the arranged across the nation lockdown over the pandemic, saying that turning to the additional measures would light a significant financial and security emergency that could hurt numerous Nigerians who rely upon day by day income for their sustenance.

The legislator cautioned that pushing for it could be ignitable and counter-beneficial as the individuals show up excessively exhausted to absorb further stuns.

“I will rather opt for a cautious and guided lifting of the lockdown where the existing measures like protective barriers such as the compulsory wearing of face masks, use of hand sanitizers and other associated sanitary and hygiene precautions are enforced in public places,” Abaribe said in a statement in Abuja on Saturday signed by his Media Adviser, Uchenna Awom.

“Aside from the above, daily disinfection of halls, rooms, vehicles, vessels, surroundings et al, must become the new normal. Doing these would definitely tamp the hot air and guide our people to resume their normal life.



“My fear is that majority of our people in the informal sector are daily earners hence their survival is predicated on their going out daily if they must survive. Our people operate mostly in the commercial sector, I have the feeling that further extension of the lockdown would hurt the people the more,” he said.

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