The Nigeria Center For Disease Control, NCDC, as at 1150 pm, on Tuesday 29th April, confirmed 195 new cases in the country, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Nigeria to 1273.
According to NCDC, 255 persons have recovered while 44 deaths have been recorded across the country.
Nigerians have taken to the Microblogging platform, Twitter to react to the increase in confirmed cases.
See some reactions below:
Please can you tell lagosians how you came about the figures, it’s has not stop increasing in lagos alone. In as much as many people died in Kano you still saying Lagos has more new cases. God will help us all.
— komolafe segun (@komolafesegun) April 28, 2020
I don’t think your data for Kano is a true reflection of events there. Do something about massive testing please. If this undetected carriers mix with the populace I bet you won’t believe what will happen next.
— Chief Augustine (@auskenfine) April 28, 2020
Kogi that shares borders with 7 states with confirmed cases is claiming that it has no case
bruuuuh! We aren’t testing enough that’s why. I believe we have nothing less than 10k cases in Nigeria as of today. Many are self medicating and many are being treated privately
— Samson Akala *⃣
(@Alkaneseries) April 28, 2020
It’s really absurd that while FCT has 158 cases, Nasarawa has only one while Niger has two.
Considering the proximity of these two states to the FCT, it’s near impossible for these figures to accurately reflect reality.
Massive testing needed!
— Olisa Nwosu (@OlisaNwosu) April 28, 2020
Is Nigeria government kidding us? How will this number be raising everyday and you said you want to end lockdown just because you are selfish and can’t cater for your citizen…. Haha there is God o.
— olajumoke ridwan (@Olarid70) April 28, 2020
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