In a move to curb and control the Spread of Covid-19, the State Government of Kaduna State under the able Leadership of the Executive Governor of the State, Mallam Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai directed all Schools in the State to be closed from March 23, 2020.
This move was made by Kaduna State Government in accordance to the agreement reached in a Meeting held in the State by the Governors of North West States in Nigeria. The Governors from the North West States agreed that Schools in the Region be closed as a means of jointly fighting the spread of the Pandemic.
As a follow up to the Safety and Guideline measures, the State Government of Kaduna further prohibited Large gatherings in the State and restricted movement in the State by placing ban on Public transport.
Places of worship was later closed across the State; Markets were also closed with the exemption of traders selling food and Medicine.
All these event took place in the Last Week of March 2020.
Almost 4 months down the line, the Markets and Places of Worship across the State still remain closed, even though the Surrounding States of the North West region had since relax their Restrictions and Bans on daily activities of People.
There has being a continuous growing concern amongst the Residents and Citizens of the State as to the reason why the State Government is yet to consider reopening of Markets and Places of Worship in the State.
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