Stephen Adigwu and Caleb Ijioma
In the reaction to enforcing the sit at home law to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus, the Chairman National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Ogun State chapter, has urged all security operatives to stay proactive this period.
The leadership of the NANS Ogun state chapter led by the Chairman Bamgbose Tomiwa has called on all security operatives in the state to be proactive in ensuring public compliance with the state government directive on COVID-19.
In an earlier press statement released by NANS, Bamgbose addressed the issues surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, after the directives of the government were neglected by people of Ogun state.
“It was observed that despite the government directive, some religious organization still hold there normal service having in attendance more 50 people which is contrary to the directive of the government,” he said.
He also noted that some social centres like bars were also full to capacity which was meant to have been shut down.
NANS went further to urge the commissioner of police in the state to deploy men of the police force to ensure absolute compliance with the state directives in preventing the spread of this virus.
He added, “Safety is a collective responsibility of all, the general public should also join hands with the government in combating this situation.”