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Barr Ezekiel Mandyau, BLadi Boss Sets Out Steps In line With The State Government Measures In Curbing The Spread Of COVID-19 to The LGA...

Barr Ezekiel Mandyau ,BLadi Boss Sets Out Steps In line With The State Government Measures in Curbing The spread Of COVID 19 to the LGA

March 27,2020


SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.  Sequel to the recent outbreak of corona virus otherwise known as covid19 which resulted in the lost of many lives around the globe and Nigeria inclusive, government at all levels are taking steps to curtail its spread among citizens.  The authorities of B/ladi local government council wishes to express its solidarity with the measures so far taken by plateau state government, accordingly  henceforth only traders selling food items and pharmaceutical stores are allowed to operate within towns,  villages and markets.
Also all forms of mining activities are hereby suspended until further notice.
By this trading activities in B/ladi and other markets within the locality from Saturday 28th march are suspended,  only food item will be allowed.  Consequently all shop owners in the streets,  towns and villages within the area are to comply with the order and lock their businesses.
In the event that any individual exhibit any symptoms such as cough, fever, and difficulty in breathing, they should immediately call the following emergency toll free numbers to report:
0703-286-4444;
0803-542-2711
0806-548-6416
0803-577-9917.
In the same vain all citizens should cooperate with security operatives to ensure compliance please.
Announcer Barrister Ezekiel Mandyou management committee chairman B/ladi LGC.
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