Buhari approves new working hours for banks, civil servants

The Nigerian Government on Monday ordered banks in the country to resume normal working hours.

Buhari also announced that curfew in the country is now from 10pm to 4am.

However, after a briefing of the presidential task force (PTF) on COVID-19 on Monday, Chairman of the task force, Boss Mustapha, announced that President Muhammadu Buhari said the second phase of the eased lockdown would be in place for four weeks.

He also ordered civil servants to work from 9am to 2pm Monday to Friday

“The nationwide curfew remains in place but the time has been extended to 10pm. However, healthcare workers and journalists are exempted from the curfew.

“Government offices are to open between 9am – 2pm from Monday to Friday. This is for workers on grade level 14 and above, both in the federal and state civil service.”

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One thought on “Buhari approves new working hours for banks, civil servants

  1. To God be the glory, the federal government has set the pace, it is important for state governmentss, to follow suit. States have suffered. The so called palliatives was religious and political. Schools should re — open and normal businesses should kick start with precautionary measures strictly enforced. Thank God for Christ Jesus, who has taken care of this corona virus, many years back, but, this is just for believers. This does not mean that the precautionary measures should not be adhered to. I personally want to advice our states to avoid and stop politicizing the COVID 19 Pandemic. You know why? God is not deceived, whatever seed any man sows that he shall reap. Till next time. Signed: Ochi Agha Udo of Ngwa Land.

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