Kano state goverent has annouced a fresh ban on socail activities which also inclues, viewing and event centres in the state, as the COVID-19 cases increasing.
The information was disclosed by the state commissioner of information, Malam Muhammad Garba.
He revealed this in a statement, on Tuesday morning as he made it known that the measure was part of the decision made at a stakeholders meeting held on Tuesday morning, at the Africa House, Kano State.
The Commissioner revealed that all civil servants in the state have also been instructed to stay at home pending further directives.
Malam Garba, however, explained that workers on essenstial services, which includes water board, service providers, teaching staff, fire service and healthcare service, while media and security guards are the only staffs exempted from the ban.
The commissioner decleared the government’s commitment to working with relevant stakeholders to ensure compliance with the COVID-19 protocols.
The commissioner also warned, after the stakeholder meetings as he said all securities gaurds presents at the meeting must be comply to take stern measures to ensure compliance with the COVID-19 Protocol
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