Oyo HoS urges strict compliance as workers resume

Oyo HoS urges strict compliance as workers resume

 Yinka Adeniran, Ibadan

OYO State Government workers resumed work on Monday, after a three-month stay-at-home

The government had on March 27 shut the state secretariat, following the confirmation of positive cases of the novel coronavirus pandemic in the state.


Workers on Grade Level 13 and above were directed to resume on April 27.

The workers, who defiled the early morning rains to report for duties, were seen mostly wearing their nose masks as they trooped into the secretariat as early as 7am.

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Ministries and agencies visited by The Nation also had handwashing buckets, liquid detergent and hand sanitizers at the entrance of their offices for the use of workers and visitors.

Head of Service Mrs. Ololade Agboola urged the workers to ensure compliance with Covid-19 guidelines as they carry out their official assignments.

Mrs. Ololade assured the workers that prior to the resumption, the state government had decontaminated ministries, department and agencies, including those outside the secretariat.

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