Boss Mustapha, The secretary to the Federation and the chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 has said that President Muhammadu Buhari will open all economic activities, school and religious activities after the second phase of lockdown if they adopt of the new strategies under the Covid-19 era in the line with guidelines
Mustapha who disclosed this during the daily media briefing on tuesday said that the Buhari decision to extend the eased lockdown for another two weeks is to try and contain the spread of COVID-19 before the economy is fully opened.
According to mustapha,the first phase of the eased lockdown expired on Monday, May 18 and Buhari has now extended it by another two weeks until JUNE 1. He said the decision to reopen the economy slowly is based on current experiences from different countries and expert advise.
Mustapha stressed that the decision is not punitive and that the government shares in the pains and concernof its citizen adding that our future remains in our hands and compliance is one of the keys to the future