Olambe Area CDC get 13 pieces of noodles and 1 pack of rice as relief material
Area CDCs in Agbado axis, which comprises 21 CDCs received a bag of rice and a bag of beans as relief materials
The day one of lockdown directive by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammed Buhari recorded a high level of compliance in Matogbun and Olambe as shops are on lock and key while human and vehicular movements are greatly reduced. Our correspondent who visited Matogbun bus stop around 2 pm today said all shops are on lock except a few shops that sell food items, particularly at the Matogbun Central Market, while officials of So – Safe Corps are seen at the bus stop enforcing the lockdown directive.
Matogbun Area CDC chairman, Alhaji Adedokun Ibikunle in an interview with our correspondent over the phone commended the residents for the high level of compliance saying the directive is in the interest of every one of us in order to over COVID – 19 as soon as possible.
The Chairman, Olambe Area CDC, Comrade Ganiu Omolade said the level of compliance is also high in his Area CDC and admonished the government to come to people’s aid in order to survive during this lockdown period. When asked about the relief materials being distributed by the Hon. representing Ifo/Ewekoro at the House of Representatives, Hon. Ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka, he said he (Hon. Isiaka) gave Olambe Area CDC 13 pieces of noodles and 1 pack of rice, which contains about 4 cups (Derica) of rice as relief materials and wonder how such items will be shared. He said the Area CDCs in Agbado axis, which comprises 21 CDCs received a bag of rice and a bag of beans as relief materials from the Hon. representing Ifo Constituency 2 at Ogun State House of Assembly, who is also the Minority Leader of the House, Hon. Ganiyu Alani Oyedeji popularly called GOCO.
The Chairman of Adiyan Alausa Area CDC, Rev. Dr. J.B Adesola who also spoke with our correspondent on the phone said there is also high level of compliance in his CDC and described the relief materials distributing by politicians as ridiculous saying the government should do the needful, especially at this difficult period. “Stimulus is the right thing for the government to do because most people earn their livelihood on a daily basis.” Adesola asserted.
Recall that The president had given a directive that Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja should be lockdown as a measure to check the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.