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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo Olu sets out new guidelines to be followed from May 4.

Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo Olu has given guidelines that must be followed from May 4, 2020 as easing of lockdown begins.

Babajide Sanwo Olu during his briefing today at the state house in Marina listed out guidelines banks, drivers, commuters, workers at corporate firms, etc must follow starting from May 4. 
In his speech, he said all primary, secondary and tertiary schools in Lagos will remain closed till further notice. Students should continue with their online education. 

He continued by saying that all banks, local malls, markets, eateries, corporate firms must all resume at 9pm and close at 3pm.
To all bus drivers and public transportation systems, he said to them: "All buses should be loaded to a maximum to 60% of full capacity. No standing is allowed in all BRT buses and LBSL buses. All air-conditioning systems in public transport systems must be switched off"
For more details, here are his tweets below 👇 

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