Facts: Deserted Lagos, Ogun, Abuja in lockdown pictures
Facts: Deserted Lagos, Ogun, Abuja in lockdown pictures
By Our correspondents
Facts: Deserted Lagos, Ogun, Abuja in lockdown pictures
Deserted Lagos, Ogun, Abuja in lockdown pictures
Amid coronavirus, Nigeria president Muhammad Buhari on Sunday ordered a total lockdown of activities in two states and the capital city Abuja.

The lockdown which began on Monday evening in  Abuja, and Lagos, which have the highest number of coronavirus cases in the country, and Ogun State which shares boundary with Lagos State, would have their residents staying at home for the next 14days.
Facts: Deserted Abuja in pictures
Our correspondents took a tour of major places of mass gatherings in the states on Tuesday and reported the level of compliance in pictures.
Police and other security officials ensuring that only vehicles on essential services leave Lagos to other states from the Ojodu Berger axis.
All Trucks attempting to enter Lagos State through Lagos/Ibadan ExpressWay put on hold by the Police since 7am in accordance with FG's directive on restriction of movement.

Street Soccer at Afariogun Oshodi, Lagos despite lockdown.
Facts: Deserted Lagos in pictures
Ever busy Cele Bus stop, deserted. Some boys mounted road block at Mazamaza bus stop demanding money from motorists.

Policemen mounted road block at Festac First gate, Abule-Egba bridge free of traffic on Tuesday morning.

Police officers mounting road block on Ekoro Road, Abule Egba, Lagos.Roadlock at Lagos-Ogun toll gate, Sango Ota.
Facts: Deserted Ogun in pictures
Some youths at Ayanlu Street, Isolo, playing street soccer (Monkey Post).
Some places are undergoing fumigation at Utako Market by the FCTA on the first day of lockdown on Abuja city.

Jabi Motor park and Utako Market on the first day of lockdown on FCT.

Popular electronic market, Banex in the Wuse area of the FCT totally empty.

Oshodi Market, Lagos.

Empty CBD streets in the FCT.

An accident occurred on Ahmadu Bello Way, few kilometers from the Federal Secretariat, Abuja. No casualty was recorded.

The Federal Secretariat in Central Business District of FCT somewhat deserted but a few cars are parked indicating that a level of activity is taking place.
CBN and NNPC headquarters both at CBD, Abuja are totally deserted.

The ever busy Pako roundabout just before Okeafa Bridge, Lagos.

LASU-Isheri road , Igando, bus stop, Lagos lockdown.

Ajah Lekki Expressway scanty.

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