Coronavirus: Kwankwaso Advocates National Prayers
POLITICS DIGEST – Former Kano state Governor and leader of the Kwankwasiyya Movement Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has advocated for divine intervention through national prayer day over the pandemic Coronavirus disease.
He made the call on Friday while addressing a gathering of stakeholders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kano.
He advised Nigerians to intensify prayers against the pandemic disease of covid-19 also known as.
Kwankwaso said: “We must be very careful of this disease and ensure that we adhere to whatever guide given by health experts, I want to advise us to avoid any unnecessary gathering until a significant progress is made on addressing the covid-19 epidemic”.
Similarly, the two term former Governor of Kano state and former Senator advocated for adoption of virtual learning for School children throughout the school closure period.
He said government can adopt the use of online technologies to teach virtually so as not to allow children remain idle in their homes.
According to Kwankwaso, the virtual learning would provide an opportunity of safe space for school children during the closure and will not affect the national school calendar.
“Coronavirus is a big lesson to all of us, we must collectively engage ourselves in prayers for Almighty Allah to come to our rescue over this international epidemic” he said.