Nigerians Has Started Preparing For Another Disease Outbreak – President Buhari

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Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday said the country has started preparing for the next disease outbreak that the world could face after COVID-19.⁣

Buhari disclosed in his speech to commemorate Nigeria’s 2020 Democracy Day celebration in Abuja.⁣

Currently, Nigeria has 14, 554 cases of coronavirus having discharged 4,494 of the cases and suffered 387 deaths from the global pandemic which has overwhelmed many countries in the world.⁣

While the number of cases has continued to rise in Nigeria, Buhari said his government is turning the current health crisis into a motivation to prepare for similar occurrences in the future.⁣

“The Government is determined to turn this COVID-19 challenge into motivation to action by building a nation-wide public health care system that will help us overcome the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for any future outbreak,” Buhari said.⁣

Buhari stated, “there is no doubt that this pandemic has affected the global economy and all known socio-economic systems.”⁣

The Nigerian president said he feels the pain and grief that coronavirus has caused. Buhari himself lost his former chief of staff Abba Kyari to coronavirus.⁣

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Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday said the country has started preparing for the next disease outbreak that the world could face after COVID-19.⁣ ⁣ Buhari disclosed in his speech to commemorate Nigeria’s 2020 Democracy Day celebration in Abuja.⁣ ⁣ Currently, Nigeria has 14, 554 cases of coronavirus having discharged 4,494 of the cases and suffered 387 deaths from the global pandemic which has overwhelmed many countries in the world.⁣ ⁣ While the number of cases has continued to rise in Nigeria, Buhari said his government is turning the current health crisis into a motivation to prepare for similar occurrences in the future.⁣ ⁣ “The Government is determined to turn this COVID-19 challenge into motivation to action by building a nation-wide public health care system that will help us overcome the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for any future outbreak,” Buhari said.⁣ ⁣ Buhari stated, “there is no doubt that this pandemic has affected the global economy and all known socio-economic systems.”⁣ ⁣ The Nigerian president said he feels the pain and grief that coronavirus has caused. Buhari himself lost his former chief of staff Abba Kyari to coronavirus.⁣ ⁣ #from @guardiannigeria #feed #celebfeed ⁣ #MuhammaduBuhari #DemocracyDay #2020DemocracyDay #COVID19 #AbbaKyari #CoronavirusInNigeria #June12 #Pandemic #Health #Nigeria #Speech #regrann

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