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COVID-19 Lagos Taskforce Arrest 50 Youth For Partying In A Club

While the government is trying it best to curb the spread of the pandemic coronavirus by placing lockdown  and social distancing on the country and it citizens. 

Some Nigerians still don’t believe the pandemic coronavirus is real and tries their best to violate the lockdown and social distancing rule placed on the country. 

This warrant the arrest of 50 Nigerian youth in Lagos who violates the social distancing and the lockdown rule by partying hard with the idle time. 

The report was shared by the Lagos state government on their twitter handle stated that 50 Lagos youth were arrested for partying inter afternoon in a night club which was disguised as a pharmacist. 

Lagos state covid19 Taskforce captioned their post below: 

The Lagos State COVID-19 Taskforce, on Wednesday, arrested more than 50 youths who had attended a party at 84, Parks and Gardens, Idi-Oparun Bus Stop, opposite Abattoir at Abule Egba, Lagos in violation of the lockdown directives of the Federal and State governments.

The General Manager, Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA), Mrs. Dolapo Fasawe, maintained that it is no longer business as usual in the State and anyone who disobeys government directive will be made to face the repercussions

The General Manager disclosed that a nightclub at VGC, using a Pharmacy Store as a cover up, was sealed on Monday as a result of information sharing from concerned citizens

Dr. Fasawe appealed to parents and guardians to keep watchful eyes on their wards and charged them on staying away from unlawful gatherings, reiterating that all hands must be on deck to ensure that there is no hidden place for flagrant violators

The Director-General, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr. Lanre Mojola decried the insensitivity and indifference of youths to their health as well as the direct and indirect consequences of their despicable behaviour

While warning facility owners not to allow their places to be used for unlawful social gathering, Mojola maintained that the State will not hesitate to sanction owners who defy government orders and directives for pecuniary gains

The Director-General further asserted that all stakeholders were effectively carried along and sensitised on the zero-tolerance of the State government to large gatherings at this crucial period

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