It is just a pity that People still not believe that the COVID-19 DISEASE is real in Nigeria, can you imagine what these Nigerian Youths are doing .
The Lagos State COVID 19 Task force arrested more than 50 Youths attended a party at 84,Parks and Gardens, idi oparun Bus stop ,opposite abattoir at Abule Egbe Lagos in violation of the Lockdown directive of the Federal and State Government.
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 consequences.
She also appealed to Guidance and Parents to keep watchful eyes on their wards and charge them on staying away from unlawful gathering.
She also make it clear that the State will not hesitate to sanction any facilities owner that makes there place to be used for unlaw social gathering.
Please ,This Coronavirus disease is really and let obey our Government for our Health sake because health is wealth don't forget to always wash your hands.thanks
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