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COVID-19: Dawn to dusk curfew, fake news – Adamawa government



Adamawa State government on Saturday said there is no coronavirus threat in the state that warrant declaration of dawn to dusk.

State governor, Ahmadu Fintiri in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou in Yola, said those spreading the fake news of a curfew were “enemies, saboteurs and mischief makers’’.

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He warned those spreading fake news to desist as government would go after them, if it continues.

Wonosikou insisted that the rumours mongers wanted to create panic among the good and peaceful people of the state.

He stressed that the rumor of a curfew supposed to have taken effect from midnight of Friday, March 27, was “not true”.

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“People should disregard the rumor fabricated by enemies of the Government amid the current crisis emanating from the spreading Covid-19 pandemic.

“Government will not hesitate to use its Law on any mischief maker found behind such fake news,’’ he said.

According to Fintiri, there is no challenge in Adamawa that will warrant imposing curfew and urges residents to disregard the rumor and go about their lawful businesses.

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He also advised the people to observe social distancing, basic hygiene of hand-washing and avoid crowded places.


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