- Many Lagosians who tested positive for coronavirus are nowhere to be found
- Prof. Akin Abayomi, Lagos health commissioner disclosed this on Saturday
- The commissioner said the affected people could spread the disease
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About 1,455 Lagosians who tested positive for the coronavirus pandemic have refused to turn up for admission at the various isolation centres, the Lagos state government has revealed.
This was disclosed by the state's commissioner for health, Prof. Akin Abayomi.
He said the affected Lagosians were still active and could spread the virus within the community.
Going further, he said 72 coronavirus patients were currently at public and private isolation centres across the state.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that when a person's story is about to change for good, even the most everyday thing would seem so special. The same can be said of the boy, Oreofeoluwa Lawal-Babalola, who told his mom to calm down in the fear that he was about to be caned by her.
In the said video, he appealed to her with tears in his eyes as his mom said he would be punished this time around for the wrong he has been repeatedly been told not to do.
In a hilarious show of remorse, the kid asked his mom to give him "a last chance" as he demonstrated to her how she can practice calm down by sitting.
As soon as the video hit the internet, it stirred conversations as people had different things to say about parenting.
Days after, Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, analysed the video, drawing relatable lessons from it as he said he would like to meet the boy.
The governor has finally fulfilled that promise as he met the kid. Photos of the boy show him smiling as the Sanwo-Olu shook held his hands and also carried him.
Also recall that Legit.ng reported that as Lagosians locked down over the menace of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, pharmacies close to the Igando general hospital in Alimosho area of the state locked their stores in compliance with the directive of the state and the federal government.
However, in contrast to the locked pharmacies, the only coffin shop in the axis is open and ready for business.
When Legit.ng reporter called one of the pharmacies, using the phone number on the banner in front of the store, the man who identified himself as the owner of the ph*rmacy said the decision to lock up was as a result of the directive from the government.
The fact that a store is part of essential service exempted in the lockdown was pointed to him and he said even if that is the case, transporting his workers to work will be a herculean task.
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