Lockdown: CITAD advises Kano govt on stricter measures

The Centre for Information Technology and Development, CITAD, on Sunday advised Kano state government to introduce stricter measures, to ensure compliance with the restriction order, to curtail the spread of coronavirus, #COVID19 in the state. The advise is coming, especially following one confirmed case of the virus, announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control,…

Death baiting

Email: ochima495@gmail.com SMS: 08055001912 I have just read a situation report on “how people in Kano are responding to government directives against COVID-19” released by the Centre for Information Technology and Development, CITAD, Kano, April 7. Before I go into the report, let me confess that I am not familiar with the organisation. I am knowing…

A Situation Report on the Assessment of How People in Kano are Responding to Government’s Directives against Covid19

Prepared by Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD), Kano Issued: 7th April, 2020 Nigeria recorded it first case of Corona Virus on 27 February, 2020 in Lagos State. As the number of confirmed cases increases day by day, several States in Nigeria took different drastic measures to respond to the pandemic, including states where…

Press Statement on NCDC’s Irresponsiveness to Questions/Concerns of Nigerians on the COVID-19 Pandemic Released on Wednesday 1st April, 2020

It is apparent that measures capable of preventing further spread and containing the pandemic COVID-19 in the country are put in place. This is obvious taking into cognizance how “stay at home order” was imposed on some cities. And it is commendable how development partners, civil society organization, institutions, etc are all contributing to the…

CITAD call on the FGN and State Governments to roll out comprehensive palliative measures to address the food needs of vulnerable groups

Since the outbreak of Corovirus in December 2019 in China, thousands of people are being dying with number of cases rising every day. As of yesterday the 29th of March, 2020 the number of cases in the world stands at 704,095 with 33,509 death recorded all over the world with Italy being with highest number…