In a viral video on social media on Friday night, COVID-19 guidelines were not observed at the wedding ceremony of Malami’s son, Abdul Aziz who was caught on camera dancing with his new bride.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) guidelines prohibit events with over 20 persons in attendance but this was not adhered to as the number of guests at the ceremony surpassed twenty.
In the video shared by activist, Omoleye Sowore shows that physical distancing or the wearing of face mask were not observed.
The guests at the wedding ceremony were seen spraying Naira notes.
Abubakar Malami‘s son having a lavish wedding party in Kano, no social distancing, no face masks, then they are “spraying” local and foreign currencies like they going out of circulation YET the children of the poor are not going write their WASC exams this year! #RevolutionNow pic.twitter.com/cxkReojfEx
— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) July 11, 2020
Naija News reports that NCDC on Friday night reported five hundred and seventy-five confirmed new cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria.
The health agency affirmed the new cases were recorded as follows; 224 in Lagos, Oyo-85, FCT-68, Rivers-49, Kaduna-39, Edo-31, Enugu-30, Delta-11, Niger-10, Katsina-9, Ebonyi-5, Gombe-3, Jigawa-3, Plateau-2, Nassarawa-2, Borno-2, Kano-1 and 1 also in Abia State.
As at the time this report was given, total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria is 31,323, deaths related to the dreadful virus were 709 while 12,795 people so far have been discharged, Naija News understands.
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