The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, plans to setup whistle blower channels in order to checkmate offenders who will flaunt the directives he gave yesterday convenient the ongoing lockdown and curfew in the state. This was made known during his briefing and address to residence of Lagos State.

Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the executive governor of Lagos State eases lockdown in the state

The content of his address portrays some percentage of easing on the ongoing lockdown of the state. For example, eateries and restaurants are now allowed to open between the hours of 9am to 3pm, but will only serve customers on a takeaway basis.

Public transports are also allowed to move now, but all commuters, including the drivers and passengers are ordered to wear face masks and hand gloves. On this same note, commercial bikes are still suspended and tricycles are only allowed to move by the driver carrying just two passengers behind.

Religious gatherings, cinemas, gyms, clubs, beaches, and even schools are still closed till further notice. Markets are allowed to open specific days and will only operate between 9am to 3pm.

Funerals are now allowed, but only 20 people are allowed to attend which also includes the officiating ministers. No parties should hold after the main funeral.

Finally, the curfew as directed by the Federal government is still intact and it is between 8pm to 6wm.

Anybody who fail to adhere to these directives will be ready to face the law, as the jobs of the whistle blowers will be to report offenders to the appropriate authorities. The interesting part is that you may not even know who they are.