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Lagos and Ogun  has come out to hint residence of their states about their evaluations which justifies  the position regarding whether there may be an extension of the ongoing lockdown
which was hounded down by the federal government in relation to the Coronavirus pandemic
that has been ravaging the world and the country in specific.

The Lagos state governor, Mr.
Babajide Sanwo-Olu in a briefing earlier today said the lockdown maybe
extended depending on the situation of things, adding that the number of
patients discharged in Lagos has risen to 24 while its counterpart in Ogun
state in a separate interview said it will review its decision on Tuesday come
next week.


Urban express News Online
report that 109 of the 209 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria are
recorded in Lagos.   

On the part of the Lagos state governor, he, however, assured residents that
palliatives would be provided.

He
said, “If there’s a need to extend the lockdown, I will. We got one discharged
patient today (recovered from the coronavirus). We are going to sit down with
the committee that is working on the community markets and see if we can
announce more next week.”

On
alleged assault of residents by enforcement agents, Sanwo-Olu said, “There’s
been no backlash on the handling of people by the security operatives so far. I
always tell them to ‘wear a human face’.”

His counterpart in Ogun State,  Governor Dapo
Abiodun  has hinted that the state would
be on total lockdown until Tuesday morning when it would be reviewed.

The
Governor said the total lockdown imposed on the State which had commenced 11pm
of  Friday, would be lifted every two days to ameliorate the effects of
the lockdown order.

Abiodun
said this during a press briefing held at his residence in Iperu-Remo, on
Friday night.

He,
however, explained that the state would relax the lockdown for seven hours
every 48 hours.

The
governor also said the period of the lockdown would be used to fumigate 
the state public places such as markets, motor parks and other essential areas
across the state.

According
to Abiodun, the lockdown will be lifted by 7.00am and 2.00pm on Tuesday and
subsequently, every other day to allow operations of essential services.

He said
this would give an opportunity for economic activities to strive within
the few hours of the relaxation time

He
explained that personnel of essential services providers such as security and
fire service personnel, petroleum products dealers, food producers, and water
distributors would have unlimited access to movement to perform their duties.

He said
“The lockdown will be total from now till 7.00am on Tuesday. The lockdown will
be suspended between 7.00am and 2.00pm to allow for essential business
activities.

“This 7.00am to 2.00pm windows will be observed every other day therefrom that is, Tuesday instant,
Thursday, and Saturday for the coming week.”

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