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WHAT HAPPENED DURING MALLAM ABBA KYARI’S BURIAL?.
WHAT HAPPENED DURING MALLAM ABBA KYARI’S BURIAL?.

WHAT HAPPENED DURING MALLAM ABBA KYARI’S BURIAL?.

WHAT HAPPENED DURING MALLAM ABBA KYARI’S BURIAl?

After hearing of the death of the chief of staff to our president ,His burial was commenced that same yesterday and alot of things went wrong. I should be listing these things briefly ;
1. They all broke the lockdown rule by flying from Abuja to lagos.

2. The deceased was treated privately at first cardiology in ikoyi, despite isolating other positive members of the public in the isolation center.

3. They flew his COVID-19 positive body back to Abuja for burial.

4. His body was released for burial contrary to what Lai Mohammed said that ” COVID-19 dead bodies cannot be released for burial.

5.Then almost 500 – 1000 people gathered for his burial effectively breaking all Federal Government rule that not more than 20 or even 50people can gather at a point in time.

6- They dug a shallow grave for his body to be buried in the centre of town, Gudu cemetery.

7. Some neither wore the nose mask or any other PPE especially the gravediggers.

8. Some workers in PPE were seen touching their faces and glasses after touching the body of the deceased.

9. His body was buried In all white traditional attire.There was no form of protection for the people nor its environment.

10.Finally, there was no accounting for planning that everyone at the Burlington must self isolate for 14 days after the burial.

Do you feel that this things shouldnt be considered?
For safety purpose, the NCDC needs to look into this broken rules…….
My name is mercysmile, and am just trying to make a common sense.

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Mercysmile

You said well ceejay but lets not dispute the fact that they broke rules….This is a global issue and should be treated better,humanly and with caution and not with segregation.

I understand perfectly all what you said but ,we all are human and when issues like diz comes up….we shouldnt seperate d kings from the community…..without the community….there is no king………..well Nigeria foundation must have gpne Wrong…..if the foundation is destroyed….wat can we do?😂

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Mercysmile

My dear…..And its not funny anymore….people are dying of hunger and not of the virus….I feel hurt too

Mercysmile

Hmm mm mm…….they feel they make d law

Mercysmile

Abii

Mercysmile

Yes dear……just believe in us

Cee Jay

In all honesty, most of all that have been pointed out are right. But let's be realistic, the world is fashioned to give preferential treatments to certain people over others. Mostly the elites over the masses. It's not only in Nigeria..don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to oppose you in any way. I think the private treatment of the COF isn't really an issue because he is/was an executive of the nation. You don't expect the CEO of a company to share same rest room with his staffs! Presidents, senators and even Secretaries to the presidents of other countries… Read more »

Rokz foodie

I was so sad wen I listened to the news yesterday, dis act shouldn't be overlooked at all, they stopped us from gathering in churches but dey can gather for the burial of their own

John Eze

Nigeria is a place where politican leaders thinks they can break laws without being penalized. I wish I could get a moment with TVC…. Rubbish

Nzube Henry

Lol ,you and I?is that kind of power bestowed on us?…this is NIGERIA my dear

Mercysmile

Somebody can stop them…..you and i

Mercysmile

Well said

Mercysmile

Yes

Unknown

Omo dis is 9ja

Unknown

This is Nigeria…
Where lawmakers breaks the law on a daily basis…

No one can stop them

Nzube Henry

Hmmmm….your write up is very OK and those points need to be looked into by the NCDC so as to reduce further spread of this contagious virus by the people that attended that burial

Unknown

True talk

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