All Nigerian airports, including Abuja International Airport Nnamdi Azikiwe and Lagos International Airport Murtala Muhammed, will remain closed to all incoming international flights from tomorrow, Monday, except for emergency and critical flights.
This was included in a letter from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) published yesterday to all airline operators.
Meanwhile, 10 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Nigeria have been confirmed by the Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH), including three new cases in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), and seven new cases in Lagos State. Which takes Nigeria’s overall number of confirmed cases to 22.
Coronavirus Hits Abuja and FG Shuts Down Airports
In view of the earlier decision to suspend all passenger train services, the Board and the Management Board of the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) reviewed the situation and decided to provide passenger train services on a conditional basis.
In a statement issued yesterday by the Deputy Director of Public Affairs, Yakub Mahmood, NRC, passengers are expected to provide full names, address, dates from tomorrow. Coronavirus Hits Abuja and FG Shuts Down Airports.
English Premiere League Has Been Postponed Due to the outbreak of the deadly disease Coronavirus all gatherings have been suspended such as daily church activities, mosques activities, school, sports ,Funerals and weddings and other public gatherings to fight against the deadly outbreak disease Coronavirus.
The English premiere league has also suspend their matches to the fear of the outbreak of the deadly disease Coronavirus .Due to the positive detective of the Arsenal Manager, Mikel Areta and Hudson Odoi Chelsea midfielder the Premiere league as been suspended till further notice.
It was decided that the English premiere league will be resumed by April 3, which is next month but has been postponed to Thursday April ,30 .All leagues will resume to their matches and competitions.