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Falz and others writes that the Federal Government reopen the entertainment industry


One of Nigerians popular musician, Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz, has taken to his twtter handle to beg the Federal Government to reopen the entertainment industry.

Falz, the son of human rghts lawyer  Femi Falana, made the appeal  in a tweet on Monday shortly after the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, announced August 29 as the reopening date for international flights.

Some of the  recreational places has been shut down since march just to reduce the spread of the corona virus but market places, airports and banks have been open.

Falz in his tweet wrote: “Restaurants have reopened, airlines have been operating, places of worship have also been permitted to reopen. Let’s not even start to talk about all the videos that have surfaced of political rallies happening, clearly neglecting all safety precautions.

“Right now, we don’t see anything but a government that contributes little or nothing to its creative sector and continues to attempt to stifle the sector in every way. Thousands of people have been left without any way to earn for several months.

“The entertainment industry must be allowed to gradually get back in business. Let’s start with cinemas reopening with all safety precautions in place.”

 @Gregzetta, also wrote, “Cinemas have demonstrated their ability to properly conduct business in a safe manner. It makes little sense keeping cinemas shut while local flights operate, restaurants are open for in-dinning and places of worship open. Open cinemas now.”

Akin Alabi, who is a lawmaker also wrote: “It’s no longer making sense that cinemas are still closed. They have assured the government and the public that they are ready to open at less than half capacity. Planes are flying full capacity. Parties are going on. Don’t let me mention rallies.”

@martinskachi1 wrote, “If you allow domestic flights to resume, there is absolutely no reason why cinemas shouldn’t. The operations are exact. Same queueing process, same boarding and ticketing process, same seating process, everything!”

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