The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency, (LASEPA) and Lagos State Safety Commission today sealed off a warehouse belonging to Jumia, an online marketing store for defying the stay at home order issued by President Buhari.
The President on Sunday March 29th, declared a 14-day lockdown in Abuja, Lagos and Ogun states as part of measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus. Residents of these states are to stay indoors except those that provide essential services to the public.
Also sealed today were SPN Packaging Studio Press Nigeria Plc on Plot B, Israel Adebajo Close, Ikeja and Supreme Hotel in Agege for defying the restriction order by President Buhari.
Emmanuel Kachi about 47 minutes ago
Too bad for business. #kachiLike this! 0Dislike this! 0Reply
Julius Tha Freshboi about 9 minutes ago
Wetin una want las las?? Dem go pay abi? ?Like this! 0Dislike this! 0Reply
Ucy about 40 minutes ago
All these foreigners can only flex their muscles only in NigeriaLike this! 1Dislike this! 0Reply
Anonymous about 24 minutes ago
Na wa ooo. This Nigerian lockdown sha. Shut down everything including food market,how will people eat. Follow follow no directionLike this! 2Dislike this! 0Reply
Anonymous about 17 minutes ago
But you allowed some muslim idiots in agege to converge abi.Like this! 0Dislike this! 0Reply
David lee about 16 minutes ago
Dumb ass government… jumia is an essential service but I’m sure you numbskulls don’t know… amazon, walmart and the rest are actively hiring over here at the momentLike this! 0Dislike this! 0Reply
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