Mixed reactions from Lagos husbands and wives have trailed government’s stay-at-home directive following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Lagos State Government had last week directed closure of open markets, recreational centres, saloons and other public places with exception of those selling food, medicine and other live-saving essentials.
The government had earlier directed its workers on Grade Levels 12 and below to work from home except those on essential duties.
The Federal Government had equally directed its workers on similar grade levels to work from home before ordering a lockdown of Lagos, Ogun and Abuja for 14 days with effect from Monday night.
Only a few categories of workers and companies are excepted from the lockdown. (Text courtesy Punch)