Enugu state blocks 300 almajiris moving from the north
Nine busloads of almajiris were caught on Thursday, May 7, at the Enugu-Benue borders in Enugu state – The captured almajiris who were going into the state from the north were quickly turned around by the border patrol group – The Enugu state government noticed that comparative tasks planned for hindering penetration into the state were set up.
Following reports of almajiris attempting to create new sanctuaries in the south, the Enugu state government on Thursday, May 7, captured and turned around nine busloads passing on the understudies after a bombed endeavor to sneak them in. As indicated by The Guardian, around 300 of the understudies around the Enugu-Benue frontiers were halted by security agents nearby committee directors and young people.
In any case, the Enugu State government in an announcement on Thursday uncovered that related tasks were continuous at the Enugu-Abia border and Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway to forestall penetration and implement the prohibition on interstate transportation.
Solomon Onah, the Chairman of Udenu Council, in any case, said the neighbourhood organization was completely prepared and working nonstop to guarantee that the limitations by them have complied.
Also, Naijabasin learned beforehand that the Cross River state government on Wednesday, May 6, purportedly blocked five truckloads of almajiris and different travelers from northern Nigeria in the Gakem Bekwara neighbourhood government territory of the state. The truckloads of almajiris were said to have been turned around to their goal by the border watch group, containing security authorities and the state COVID-19 team.
The explorers were accounted for to have been found around evening time following serious hunt and barricade of interstate vehicular goes in the state. In a related turn of events.
The Jigawa state government has unveiled that 16 almajiris (Islamic school pupils) as of late sent to the state from Kano have assayed positive for the coronavirus.
The divulgence was made by the Jigawa state magistrate of health, Abba Zakari, on Thursday, May 7. He said the state sent an aggregate of 607 examples of the returned almajiris, and just 45 examples were prepared on Thursday. The magistrate, who is the administrator of the Jigawa Taskforce on COVID-19, said the visiting 29 almajiris that tried negative for the infection will be joined with their families.