'Losing Nigerian Officials to COVID-19 Not Good for Governance'

The rapid increase in COVID-19 cases among Nigeria's top government officials is capable of adversely impacting governance and security in the country, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha has told a Presidential Task Force COVID-19 briefing. The country's latest COVID-19 cases now stand at 29,298 and the government is grappling with a dilemma felt worldwide, on the reopening of the economy and running the risk of higher infection rates among its citizens.

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