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PHOTOS: Empty streets as Kano lockdown takes effect

PHOTOS: Empty streets as Kano lockdown takes effect
April 17
20:41 2020
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Residents of Kano are complying with the total lockdown imposed by Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of the state. 

Ganduje ordered a lockdown after the state recorded five cases of coronavirus. From five, the cases rose to 21 within two days and the death of one of the patients was recorded.

On Friday, TheCable went round to monitor the level of compliance. Major markets and motor parks were shut. The Kano Central Mosque beside the emir’s palace was also empty.

Below are pictures:

The central mosque without worshippers

The road leading to Government House and emir’s palace

Even the ever-busy Zaria road is free of activities

Some members of Kano State refuse management Photo: Salihu Tanko Yakasai

Sabon gari market Photo: Salihu Tanko Yakasai

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