The Lagos State Safety Commission on Thursday disclosed that it has shut 430 event centres and night clubs across the State for violating Covid-19 protocols.

Director-General (DG) of the commission, Lanre Mojola disclosed this at a news conference in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

He said the commission was saddled with the responsibility of developing safety guidelines for the State’s reopening of economic activities post Covid-19 lockdown.

“The Commission was involved in the enforcement of Covid-19 Protocol and this led to the sealing of 30 event centres and 400 clubs across the State,” Mojola disclosed.

He added that the commission issued Provisional Safety Compliance Certificates for 90 days and Safety Compliance Certificates thereafter if compliance status was maintained.

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The Lagos State Safety Commission on Thursday disclosed that it has shut 430 event centres and night clubs across the State for violating Covid-19 protocols.

Director-General (DG) of the commission, Lanre Mojola disclosed this at a news conference in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

He said the commission was saddled with the responsibility of developing safety guidelines for the State’s reopening of economic activities post Covid-19 lockdown.

“The Commission was involved in the enforcement of Covid-19 Protocol and this led to the sealing of 30 event centres and 400 clubs across the State,” Mojola disclosed.

He added that the commission issued Provisional Safety Compliance Certificates for 90 days and Safety Compliance Certificates thereafter if compliance status was maintained.

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