Finally, the federal government bows to fate as it re-opened churches, mosques, Banks offices amongst others without yet a vaccine for the cure or control of the dreaded virus, Covid-19.
This is even as it announced a review of the on-going curfew from the hours of 8 pm to 2 am to now 10 pm to 4 am.
For a few months now, the federal government has closed down virtually all the institutions in the country to control the spread of the coronavirus epidemic, a virus that has been ravaging the universe.
The chairman of the Presidential Task Force and the secretary to the state Government who announced this on Monday in Abuja further disclosed that schools should remain closed till further notice.
Nigerians home and in the diaspora have been agitating over the shut-down of the country without provisions for the masses just like in other countries.
Announcing the easing of the lockdown Mustapha insisted that people should still adhere to the measures provided against the spread of the disease which include regular handwashing, use of alcohol-based sanitizers, social distancing amongst others, adding that this would be reviewed after four weeks.
However, the re-opening of the above institutions without the discovery of a vaccine for either the cure or control of the virus appears to be a time Bomb which is not the best for Nigerians.