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Donated Funds must be spent judiciously — Rep Adefisoye

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Honorable Tajudeen Adefisoye represents Idanre/Ifedore Federal Constituency of Ondo State in the House of Representatives.

In this interview, Adefisoye he spoke on how to combat the raging COVID-19 pandemic, saying that donations can only be deemed to have served good purpose if the funds are seen by Nigerians to have been well spent in accordance with intentions of donors.

*His thoughts on the 14 days extension of the lock-down by President Muhammadu Buhari*

I agree that the lock-down has brought hunger to some households but it will be most unfair for anyone to have accused President Buhari of being insensitive with the two weeks extension. It is unfortunate that some Nigerians still don’t appreciate the enormity of the danger posed by this coronavirus.

The decision to extend the lock-down was no doubt a difficult one for the president, yet it is the only way to save millions of Nigerians from premature death. We have all seen what this deadly virus has done to nations with most advanced healthcare facilities. What do you think will become the lot of a nation like Nigeria with little or no medical capacities to combat this virus if people are allowed to move freely and we have a full-blown community transmission? President Buhari did the right thing in the best interest of Nigerians by extending the lock-down.

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