Covid-19 Kills Lagos Businessman. See His Photos
Lagos State has been the epicenter of the dreaded Coronavirus since it's inception into Nigeria. Lagos ranks first always on the chart as the state with most Covid-19 cases in Nigeria.
Just today, thursday 14th January, Nigeria lost another Popular Lagos State Businessman by name Shaka Momoh who is the owner of Planet One Hotel and Event Center in Maryland, Lagos State as a result of Coronavirus complications.
Momoh died at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital ( LUTH) today being thursday.
This news was barely 24hours when the news of a popular Businessman and Billionaire by name Bolu Akin-olugbade also died due the Coronavirus complications.
The Lagos State Government have warned all the residents of Lagos State to obey all the Covid-19 health protocols like wearing of facemasks, washing of hands with alcohol based hand sanitizer, avoidance of hand shaking, etc.The government also placed a ban on public events, gathering, shows, etc. Currently, Nigeria is on the second wave of Coronavirus and this time around, the cases are skyrocketing with outrageous figures of confirmed cases being recorded daily.
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