The Idiroko Unit Command of Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has advised Nigerians to celebrate Easter on a low-key to stop further spread of Coronavirus pandemic within the country.
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ADVERTISING The FRSC Unit Commander, Mr. Akinwunmi Olaluwoye, gave the recommendation in an interview with the press agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ota, Ogun, on Thursday.
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Olaluwoye said that the recommendation became necessary to remind Nigerians to not lose consciousness of the ravaging COVID-19 but to suits the government’s directives on the way to stay safe and live healthy during this trying moment.
“We enjoin people to remain wherever they’re to avoid further spread of COVID-19 within the country,” he said. The unit commander said that the Joint Enforcement Team headed by the Police facilitated a high level of compliance with the Presidential lockdown directive in Idiroko and its environs.