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Osun Government tempers justice with mercy on Covid-19 guidelines violators

In continuation of facemask enforcement patrol of the
State Government of Osun, which started on Monday, the Special Adviser
to Osun Governor on Security Matters, Mrs Abiodun Ige has re-echoed
the need for the masses to embrace face mask usage in order to reduce
the spread of covid-19 in the society to the bearest minimum.

Mrs. Ige, who dropped the hint while answering questions
from Journalists on the importance of the enforcement in Osun State
High Court along Ilobu road Osogbo, shortly after Chief Magistrate II
A.K.A Ajala charged the 57 Covid-19 violators, including a foreign
national working with a Ministry in Abere with two hours Community
Service, having found them guilty of one count of breach of public

The Special Adviser to the Governor enjoined the people of
the state to adhere strictly to covid-19 guidelines of regular hand
washing and facemask usage in their own interest and that of others.
She described Governor Oyetola as a visionary leader who does not toy
with citizen’s welfare, hence the enforcement of face mask to
safeguard the health of all and sundry.

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During the judgement, one of the covid-19 guidelines
violators, Mrs Nafisat Raji who was unconscious, probably due to her
ill health, was first attended to after which the judgement was given.

Earlier before the arrival of the Magistrate, Personal
Assistant to the Chairman Covid-19 Enforcement Team had ordered about
Twenty out of One Hundred and Two yesterday’s covid-19 guidelines
violators who were supposed to continue their community service today
to be pardoned on behalf of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola.

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