ONDO State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has debunked reports that he has gone on self-isolation.
Akeredolu who appeared at a press briefing Wednesday evening alongside State Commissioner of Police, Undie Adie, said he would not have come out if he were on self-isolation.
Talks about Governor Akeredolu’s self-isolation were riffed after he canceled all official engagements including courtesy calls and other engagements already approved and scheduled for a period of 14 days in the first instance.
But he dismissed the reports as tissues of lies.
Governor Akeredolu said the meeting with the Commissioner of Police was to ensure strict compliance with the closure of markets and other directives he issued as ways of curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
The Ondo Police boss said only those selling essential things like pharmaceuticals, food, and water would be allowed to sell.
Adie said his men would ensure total compliance and urged those dealing in non-essential goods to stay at home for the period COVID-19 would be contained.
“Life will soon return to normal. Those selling food should ensure there are no crowds. We should endeavor to maintain social distancing.” – The Nation
– Mar. 25, 2020 @ 18:25 GMT |