Imo State Commissioner for Special Duties, Barr. Francis Dibiagwu has commended the Imo State governor, Senator Hope Uzodinna on the way he managed the Covid 19 pandemic in the state.
He said he was proactive in managing the situation which ensured that there was no crisis situation among citizens of the state, through the protective measures he put in place.
According to him, “again, he made sure he provided Covid 19 palliatives to the people even before that of the federal government arrived.”
On the lessons gotten from the Covid 19 Lockdown, the Special Duties Commissioner said people learnt to obey directives and abide by the laid down rules of government.
He made it clear that with the measures put in place, it was not going to be business as usual as people looked forward to school reopening. He added that as pre-condition for reopening, those Covid 19 protocols as required by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) would have to be put in place for proper hygiene and social distancing to be observed.