Akeredolu Stops Daily activities in Ondo markets
Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, SAN, or Rotimi Akeredolu, is a Nigerian politician and lawyer who is also the Governor of Ondo State, Nigeria and also a Senior Advocate of Nigeria who became president of the Nigerian Bar Association in 2008.
Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State on Monday set a restriction on the day by day tasks in significant markets in the state to forestall the spread of the Covid-19. Akeredolu gave the order in Akure at a press instructions at the Government House.
He denounced the noncompliance to the government’s mandates on social separating in business sectors. The representative clarified that the business sectors would just be permitted to open on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Akeredolu additionally coordinated that transitory merchandise, for example, tomato and pepper would be permitted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Shasha, Iloro and proportionate markets over the state.
He likewise reaffirmed the restriction on non-nourishment things and conclusion of state fringes, particularly where some positive COVID-19 cases came into the state. “To additionally show our understanding and all-out pledge to help our cutting edge labourers who bear incredible hazard, we have extended to them lasting employment opportunities. “I have coordinated prompt assimilation into open help of the contaminated easygoing labourers at the IDH.
“I have likewise endorsed that all wellbeing labourers in the state be paid 50 per cent of their merged essential pay as danger recompense. “Moreover, all human services labourers in our separation and treatment focuses are to get an extra 20 per cent as hazard remittance. “They will likewise get a dubious single amount from the Presidential Task Force,” he said.