Coronavirus 'prevents me from celebrating in Kano' Nigeran woman complains

Coronavirus is not just a disease, it is not just panic attacks that cause people to stagnate, it is a pandemic that affects people as well.
For anyone who knows what life is like in northern Nigeria, celebrating holidays is one of the great ways that communities meet to cheer one another and make friends.

Coronavirus is not just a disease, it is not just panic attacks that cause people to stagnate, it is a pandemic that affects people as well. For anyone who knows what life is like in northern Nigeria, celebrating holidays is one of the great ways that communities meet to cheer one another and make friends. From January every year until the last of December, it is difficult to find a non-holiday week in some parts of the country, except for Ramadan, followed by the Greater Salad and Salah prayers.
Coronavirus 'prevents me from celebrating in Kano' Nigeran woman complains
From January every year until the last of December, it is difficult to find a non-holiday week in some parts of the country, except for Ramadan, followed by the Greater Salad and Salah prayers.
In recent years, at festive events in northern Nigeria, especially in cities such as Kano, Abuja and Kaduna, people spend millions to decorate festivals, catching banquets and banquets and food to eat.
This time, however, the coronavirus epidemic prevents people from having fun.
Some celebrate their holidays;

'I'm not happy but that's fine'

The bride, who was married on Friday, March 27, told me that she was ready to get busy and that her friends had gone, but later on, everything was tied together.
Aisha Auwal said that although she was not happy about her wedding, the public safety and compliance with state law is the top priority, ‘because as a physician I know the importance of protecting and preventing disease from happening at first.’
‘After that, one can also save money that has already been spent on business’she said.
But she also complained about the fact that some bankers were refusing to return the money they had originally paid for the shelter, ‘since it was a situation that was not from us.’
‘It is a step that the authorities have taken and why can’t our money be refunded?’ Aisha lamented.

'Four shows ready to roll'

Sadiq Abdullateef was also married to his bride on March 27, 2020, but was married only without service as they had planned.
‘At least four services have been planned and we have paid for food and lodging, but the Kano state government has issued a decree to close all public venues.’
‘This is why we are so persistent, we only got married on Friday after Friday prayers. In the evening people went straight to the mosque, Sadiq said.
Then why should you move away from marriage just because you don't have the opportunity to do something that is not the foundation of your marriage? ’In every case, his legitimacy is checked, this is something that God has brought to him, so there is no benefit to a marriage just for a banquet.’
He was due to be married on Saturday, March 28, but because of the announcement of Kano's closure by the governor, the men were sent back on Friday.
‘The site was changed four times before being confined to the Al-Furqan Mosque.’
This time, however, the coronavirus epidemic prevents people from having fun. The bride, who was married on Friday, March 27, told me that she was ready to get busy and that her friends had gone, but later on, everything was tied together.
Sadiq's wedding was held as such and there was no event, as no photos were taken of anyone except the bride and groom who took them alone
Sadiq's wedding was held as such and there was no event, as no photos were taken of anyone except the bride and groom who took them alone
For brides and grooms, are not only funny, but they will save their money since they will not spend the money as usual on wedding parties.

But for Ceremony organizers, the reverse is the case.

Hajia Afiyah Dalhatu, who is a major organizer of the Afficent Festival in Kano, said that they must follow the government's steps and try to protect people even though this has little impact on their business.
There is no source of income right now but we must spend the ones that we have. I have more than 100 permanent employees, in addition to those we call to work from time to time.
‘We pay our permanent staff every month. I don't know how long this will continue, but if it goes too far, we must be patient and apologize,’ Hajia Afiyah said.
She added: ‘But some non-governmental organizations are calling for support to combine food supplies to distribute food in the city if traffic is banned in Kano.’
‘I told them that if it was the case, I would continue to help my staff as my own charity, even if they were not as helpful as they were.’
At least three weekends are held three times a week from Thursday to Sunday, except during the month of Ramadan.
This means their market will be disrupted, as Hajia Afiyah said: 'It has had a negative impact on our business.
In our revenues, we cut salaries, electricity, generators, and other things, and in many cases, the profit is not more than 10 percent of what we spend.’
There is not much to say that we can rely on this situation, but if we continue to go at such a pace that the number of our professionals will be diminished.
It was during this difficult time that the daughter of Hajia Afiyah was married, but even though she possessed a great banquet, she was determined to follow the steps of the ceremonial ceremony.

Dr Aisha Auwal says as a doctor she should set a precedent to follow in preventive measures to prevent pandemic outbreaks.

It was true that even though I had planned to celebrate well with people, I only decided to take precautionary measures against the spread of the plague, and was married only to the bride.
'Because I have so many people returning from overseas, why should I have a forum to play with people's health? Being single does not mean losing the blessing of a marriage. We hope everything is smooth and living the normal life’ she said.

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