Lagos state set to re-open church, mosque, social centers, begins meetings with stakeholders.The Lagos State Government through the Lagos State Safety Commission has announced that, commission is set to begin with the Register-to-Open new development of the state government.
This was uncover by the Director-General of Lagos State Safety Commission know as Mr. Lanre Mojola, during this press conference on the government’s plan towards the gradual opening of the economy.
Mojola interpret that in line with the directives of Mr. Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the guidelines towards re-opening of the economy, especially base on religious and social centres have been developed and consultation is ongoing with all stakeholders in partnership with the Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture.
The Mr. Governor that upon registration, a verification process will be carried out to ensure adequate space management is put in there place across the various centres to guarantee that social distancing, hygiene and safety measures are maintained across all the religious and social centres in the state.
He also option that a committee has been set up by the governor headed by the Commissioner for Special Duties and Intergovernmental Relations, Engr. Mr. Tayo Bamgbose-Martins and other ministries, including the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture, Home Affairs, Physical Planning and Urban Renewal, Economic Planning and Budget, to ensure that all the process of re-opening is been struggle.
He also said that the commission has met with various stakeholders in the hospitality and tourism sector and will be engaging more and more stakeholders in the coming week base on the best approach to the gradual accessible to the economy and registration of entities within the various sectors, noting that the process is not monotonous and time will not be waited but takes into account all religious centres, event centers, gyms, night clubs, bars, lounges, spars, cinemas, restaurants, and so on. He appealed that the only way to beat the Coronavirus is through the collective effort of all Stakeholders and urged all individuals and firms should cooperate with the Government in cling to the safety guidelines.
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