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Lagosians Appreciate Governor Sanwo-Olu Over COVID-19 Palliatives



Lagosians have appreciated Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu over COVID-19 palliatives distributed across all the Local Government areas of the state.

The State Government had last month introduced an economic stimulus package to help Lagosians cushion the effect of the stay-at-home directive issued in a bid to curb the spread of the virus in the state.

The package managed by the Lagos state ministry of Agriculture targeted over two hundred thousand households, at an estimation of 6 people per household.

Some residents of the Odi Olowo Local Government area of the state who benefitted from the stimulus package to cushion the pathetic effects of the economic and social lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic lauded Governor Sanwo’s initiative.

They commended the Governor for not only sharing the palliatives to the politicians and loyalist but the poorest and the vulnerable ones.

Speaking while distributing the palliatives, the Treasurer of Odi Olowo-Ojuwoye CDC, Mr. Micheal Kayode, thanked the Governor for extending his helping hands to the local council.

He pledged to judiciously share the package for his constituents to the grassroots with transparency.

Also speaking, a representative of all local government chairmen of the Odi-Olowo-Ojuwoye Community Development Association, Mr. Oyetunde Bamisebi, thanked the Governor and the legislators for sending palliatives to the council.

“We applaud the Governor, legislators and the Federal Government for sending palliatives to the poor, weak and vulnerable in Odi Olowo-Ojuwoye LCDA during this period of the pandemic the world is facing.”

Meanwhile, the Lagos State Government is set to commence the second round of its Phase One food stimulus intervention to the aged and vulnerable people in the state.

The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. Gbolahan Lawal, made the announcement on Tuesday while reviewing the activities of the committee on the COVID-19 Emergency Food He said that more than 100,000 households benefited in the first round of the distribution