There was total compliance by civil servants in the state to
Anambra state government’s work from home order, as part of measures to contending the coronavirus pandemic.

This was discovered when the ABS visited Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka, to monitor level of compliance by the workers to the directive which came into effect on the twenty- fourth of this month, and would last till sixth of April, 2020.

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On arrival, the ABS saw that the Secretariat was under lock and key, and men of the police force and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps were seen making sure that it is only workers on essential duty were allowed into the premises.

Speaking on the development, a civil servant working with the state Ministry of Housing, Mr. Vincent Iluno described the work from home order by the Governor as a necessary development, saying that if the federal government had taken such action earlier, that Nigeria would not have recorded case of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Mr. Iluno who testified that he has already commenced implementation of the regular hand Washing with soap in his house, called on other households to follow suit as it is for their own safety.

Contributing, Mrs Carol Ikeabbah while commending the Governor on the order, called on people to adhere strictly to the preventive measures against the covid-19 she said is not a disease to play with because of its speedy mode of spread.

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