BREAKING: FG to open interstates land traveling

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Interstates land traveling will be opened for movement as early as the 3rd week of June 2020.

Dr. Sani Aliyu the National Coordinator on COVID-19 disclosed this on Tuesday while speaking during the Presidential Task Force PTF meeting in Abuja.

He said as soon as flights resume on June 21, next would be to review interstates movement.

9News Nigeria editorial team had Tuesday yesterday asked why the FG should allow flights to resume on June 21 and still keep land borders closed meanwhile both flights and land traveling are movements of humans and goods.

This was taken into consideration by the PTF yesterday as it was reviewing its strategies to get full life resumes in all sectors of the economy all over the country.

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8 Comments on BREAKING: FG to open interstates land traveling

  1. I pray for this should not be lie, because we are tired of seating in one place, we need to go out in search of Jobs out there.

  2. please government should open the inter state o, because am going down to poverty,dats were I feed my family from.

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