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My Lessons From Coronavirus- Minister Of State

Festus Keyamo, Minister of State, Labour and Employment, (SAN), has shared lessons learned from the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

According to a tweet by the minister on his Twitter handle at the weekend, COVID-19 has reechoed the fact that survival is common to humanity, no matter the race.

He explained that the disease has reminded people and nations across the world that everything that causes division among people is not important.

Keyamo tweeted, “the greatest lesson of COVID-19 is that it has blurred all the irrelevant differences of mankind which are politics, tribe and religion.

“It has slapped our brains back to reset mode and teaches us that the essence of life is about our common humanity and our common survival as a race.”

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Recall that Nigeria recorded it’s first index case of the ravaging virus on February 27, in Lagos and since then, the number of cases has risen steadily, spreading to other states of the country.

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed a total of 323 cases in the country.

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