Observe your Christmas at home or online

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In line with the prevailing protocol put in place by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, restricting large gatherings, President Muhammadu Buhari will not be hosting the usual Christmas homage by religious and community leaders in the Federal Capital Territory.

The President urges all citizens to, in line with the prescribed protocol, observe social distancing, use face masks, wash hands frequently and avoid overcrowding of public spaces, markets, shopping centres, offices and places of worship.

President Buhari equally appeals to citizens to discourage all non-essential travels during the holiday season.

He wishes everyone a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year ahead.

Garba Shehu

Senior Special Assistant to the President

(Media & Publicity)

December 24, 2020.

If the president can say few days ago that “only God can settle Nigeria’s case”, that shows that he is indirectly telling Nigerians that he is not physically and spiritually active to even operate in his rightful office.

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What else can make the president ask all Nigerians to avoid much gathering this Christmas, let aside the Covid-19 chaos?

With the look of things and how the economy is really poor, he is using this medium to save the lives of Nigerians from the debts of expenses due to visitors who will like to come feast at other people’s house.

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