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We Didn’t Evacuate Akwa Ibom Indigenes, Kastina Government Clarifies

by Austin Areh
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I won’t lie to you, sometimes when I think about the outbreak of Covid 19 and how it has taken the lives of innocent people worldwide, I totally go numb because in my thoughts, there is no replacement of life and with that, it really hurts deep to see the spread of this pandemic.

As it swept into countries, Nigeria also started to get the heat and the cases may have kept adding up but with very high level of information across as well as safety precautionary steps taken by her citizens, it is clearly being checked, in the midst of all of this, some individuals who have been infected include high profile politicians across the world, and our beloved country , Nigeria as well.

With such reminders that what affects one person also affects everybody , it is important to work on policies that will enable the working environment to achieve a balance rate of communication, to activate such acute prospects of growth, it is astute to set up pivotal foundations to encourage such aspired momentum.

While there are checks on the attacks on Nigerians across the nation, the Kastina State government has come out to deny that they are evacuating Akwa Ibom indigenes are preventive measures to save lives. According to the Media Aide to the Governor , Alhaji Isah , claimed that media reports about the state government evacuating about 38 indigenes from Akwa Ibom is false , and should be ignored . Going further , the special assistant to Governor Masari, on security, Alhaji Ibrahim said that the government has opened a comprehensive channel of communication with non – indigene associations in the state.

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