Saying COVID-19 has the potential to spread like wildfire in the North is not something to do tribal war about…its the truth.
I'm not surprised Kano jumped from 1 to 12 cases in 48 hours.
Governors of Northern states should seriously aim at preventing an index case if not…
— UG (@UgwunnaEjikem) April 15, 2020
I told my friend that if this thing enter Kano, Kaduna and co it will be very terrible and will even be topping Lagos, she insulted me saying it’s because I don’t like Arewa
I’m like chill, My daddy is from kaduna and I know what I’m saying, I guess she will see this tweet🙂🙂🙂
— H.A.I.S.H.A.H🧜♀️🍭 (@EWAWUNMIII) April 15, 2020
It isn’t surprising how Kano state went from just a single case to 12 cases in the space of 48 hours.
When we said the Corona will spread like wildfire if it ever gets to the north, some people almost turned into a tribal war on this TL.
— AJ | Adonai Jacuzzi (@mrmanhere_) April 15, 2020
Additional 12 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 have been announced this evening by the Ministry of Health @KNSMOH. The total number of confirmed positive cases in Kano now stands at 21. #StayAtHomeAndStaySafe pic.twitter.com/HWP8ytBvf8
— Peacock (@dawisu) April 15, 2020
Between Kano and NCDC who do we believe? Though there's 25 minutes time lapse between both! pic.twitter.com/gxAXQwhOOy
— Great Oracle (@AbdulMahmud01) April 15, 2020
Another major fear with Kano? Ramadan is fast approaching. They are going to gather in their numbers. They should lock down all the mosques and sensitise the entire people about the deadly outcome of their refusal to #StayHome
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) April 15, 2020
This morning I almost tweeted that Kano is our own Lagos, and that it should be treated as a potential #COVID19 hotspot. If things ever get out of hand in Kano, we are finished. We also need to reach out to clerics with huge following and make sure their mosques remain locked.
— Gimba Kakanda (@gimbakakanda) April 15, 2020
While it’s something of joy to see that 128 #COVID19 patients have so far, recovered from the pandemic in Nigeria, but the number of new cases especially in Kano and Lagos will definitively not make us sleep well tonight.
— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) April 15, 2020
With the rising numbers of COVID 19 patients, it’s time to halt the virus in its tracks. A 1 week complete lockdown of Kano State will begin on Thursday the 16th April by 10PM. Please stay indoors and let us defeat this pandemic that threatens our vision for a safer #FutureKano.
— Dr. Ganduje OFR. (@GovUmarGanduje) April 14, 2020
12 new cases in Kano 🙆♂️
Kano should take it easy this is not 2019 election o. They can’t afford to be bringing in figure like this. 😳
— 🇳🇬Your Destiny Helper®🇳🇬 (@AyanfeOfGod) April 15, 2020
This is increasing day after day😭😭😭,
It is necessary we Stay Home to Stay Safe.
I am scared for Kano pic.twitter.com/WU33YEErNj
— Muhammad Fatimah Temitope (@MFTeemah) April 15, 2020
The REVOLUTION we are all running away from has already started unannounced. You can lock Sowore down in Abuja, but you can't lockdown HUNGER.
Kano will join the lockdown for a week by Thursday.
Just 3 states and everywhere don scatter.pic.twitter.com/NGNCzrBc8h
— AyeMojubar 😷 (@ayemojubar) April 14, 2020
Kano went from 1 case to 16 cases in 1 day. They are now on Top 4… No b person wey start they carry first oooo pic.twitter.com/xudr0C6UKG
— Miz Blac (@Miz_blac) April 15, 2020