COVID-19 Law Maker Urges Constituents To Imbibe Personal Hygiene

By Nehemiah Gwamna / Lafia

In an effort to contain the widespread of corona virus in Nasarawa State, Member representing Obi One – Constituency in the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Ibrahim Peter Akwe wants people of his constituency to practice good personal hygiene to be safe from any form of diseases.

He made the call during the sensitization of his constituents on COVID-19 in Obi Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.

The sensitization campaign on the outbreak of Corona virus carried out in five electoral wards in Obi One constituency was to enlighten the prople of the area on the dangers posed by the deadly virus currently ravaging the world.

Member Representing Obi One constituency in Nasarawa State House of Assembly, lbrahim Peter Akwe said it was his responsibility to sensitize his constituents on the dangers of coronavirus while urging them to cultivate the habit of social distsncing and regular hand washing in order not to be affected by the disease.

He advised the residents to keep their surroundings clean at all times to avoid any terminal disease.

Doctor Peter Akwe who noted that though there is no case of COVID -19 in Nasarawa State called on the people to adhere strictly to preventive measures put in place by the government and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.

On their parts ,the Osuko of Obi, Alhaji Aliyu Dangiwa Orume and Osoho of Olosoho ,Doctor Umar Abubakar Apeshi said his visit was timely, calling on people to pray fervently to God to take away the virus ravaging the world at the moment.

The State Lawmakers sensitization campaign had five electoral wards of Obi One constituency that comprise Obi, Agwatashi, Tudun Adabu ,Daddare and Adudu was climaxed with the distribution of hand sanitizers and face masks among other items to his constituents.

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