- Lagos state government has converted stadium to isolation centre over the spread of coronavirus
- The measure is to be prepared for the possible spike of COVID-19 cases in the state
- The state has recorded the highest cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria
Following the confirmation of cases of the pandemic coronavirus in Lagos, the state government has converted stadium to isolation centre in readiness for the expected spike in COVID-19 cases.
Legit.ng reports that this was made known on Thursday, March 26, by a Twitter user, CBN Gov Akinsola AK on his twitter handle @cbngov_akin1.
He commended the state government for its proactive measures in containing the spread of deadly diseases among the residents of the state.
He said: Lagos state government converts stadium to isolation centre in readiness for the expected spike in #COVID-19 cases.
"Moments of crisis reveal who leaders are. You have to respect some of us who campaigned and voted for Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Obafemi Hamzat. Thumbs up. This is not audio."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that the minister of state for labour and employment, Festus Keyamo, claimed that God allowed the coronavirus infection to afflict the human race.
It was reported Keyamo who made the disclosure on Wednesday, March 25, claimed God allowed the virus in order to direct the human race to him.
Keyamo who made the disclosure on Wednesday, March 25, claimed God allowed the virus in order to direct the human race to him.
The minister said humans have distorted God’s Word to suit their human weaknesses and greed.
He said humans should collectively ask for forgiveness and the pandemic will end.
In another report, in a move to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus that has forced many Nigerian states into partial lockdown, the presidency began intensive fumigation of the State House starting with the office of President Muhammadu Buhari.
It was reported that this was coming after the president's chief of staff, Abba Kyari, tested positive to the deadly virus.
The fumigation experts arrived at the Villa about 9.30 am on Thursday, March 26, to commence the exercise, which would cover the entire Presidential Villa including, floors, corridors, and major pathways.
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