A former Senator who represented Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Senator Shehu Sani has revealed how Federal Government opened their malls and offices and are attacking states that allowed residents to worship God.
Recalled that the Federal Government of Nigeria decided to lock up all churches and mosques in the country following the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.
In order to curtail the spread of the virus, the federal government along with National Center for Disease and Control gave social distancing order and banned religious gatherings which is more than 50 persons.
Senator Shehu Sani reacting to this said, "The Federal Government that lifted their lockdown, opened their malls and offices in Abuja is attacking the states that opened their worshipping centers."
However, Senator Shehu Sani was attacked by some of his followers who said he is giving his view to make Nigerians disobey the social distancing order, while of his followers on Twitter praised him for speaking up.
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