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Lagos may not allow these businesses to open in two weeks

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Lagos state government has stated that businesses may not be allowed to open after 2 weeks unless they successfully obtain the provisional clearance certificate as directed.

The provisional clearance certificate is the final clearance given to businesses under the Register-to-open initiative, certifying that they have fulfilled all conditions as required and may now be allowed to commence operations in line with the given safety guidelines.

According to a tweet at the official twitter handle of the Lagos state government, business owners and managers who wish to commence operations must put in place the appropriate facilities and working environment to help contain the spread of the COVID-19.

“Appropriate screening equipment for COVID-19, such as contactless temperature checkers must be available for entrants into the facility; separate ingress and egress points must be conducted in a staggered and orderly manner,” the Director-General, Lagos State Safety Commission, Mr. Lanre Mojola said in the tweet.

Mojola added that relaxation centres such as bars, nightclubs, spas, gyms, cinemas and parks are to remain closed until further directives are given to them, after subsequent review of the situation.

However, social clubs with registered trustees will be permitted to open in two weeks’ time upon obtaining a provisional clearance certificate, Mojola stated.

He stated that eateries and restaurants outside hotels are only permitted to offer take-out services as no dining activity will be tolerated.

Mojola emphasized that registration for the mandatory ‘Register-To-Open’ policy is at zero cost, easy and user friendly, urging that businesses that are yet to obtain the safety compliance certificates should ensure registration on the portal as stipulated and await their clearance.

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BREAKING: Gas explosion rocks in Ipaja, Lagos

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An explosion has rocked a gas station in the Baruwa area of Ipaja in Lagos State.

It was gathered that the incident occurred around 05:45am.

First responders including men of the Lagos Fire Service and the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency have been drafted to the area.

Details later…

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Just-in: Fire guts fuel tankers, vehicles in Lagos

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There is a fire outbreak, which has gutted a fuel tanker, at Anthony inward Gbagada, Lagos State.

This was disclosed by the Federal Fire Service via its Twitter handle on Friday evening. The incident, which occurred around 10 pm, has razed at least two vehicles.

The agency urged road users to avoid the area and take alternative routes.

Also, the Director-General of the Lagos State Emergency Agency, Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, confirmed the incident.

He said, “The Agency responded to distress calls and upon arrival at the scene of incident, it was discovered that a tanker with unknown registration number conveying PMS lost control while in motion and subsequently fell sideways.

“This led to an explosion in which two unidentified vehicles were burnt.”

A joint team of responders led by the Federal Fire Service, LASEMA, LASG fire service, LRU fire unit, Nigeria Police and LASTMA are working together to curb the inferno from escalating further.

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Arik Air’s operation shut by Aviation unions

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Arik Air operation has been shut down by Aviation unions over the airline’s alleged failure to pay seven months’ salary arrears of workers.

This was disclosed by a source in the airline, who claimed anonymity because he is not permitted to speak on behalf of Arik Air.

According to him, aggrieved unions, the National Union of Air Transport Employees and the Air Transport Services Senior Staff Association of Nigeria decided to withdraw their services due to an alleged increment of Terminal levy by Bi- Courtney and other anti-labour practice.

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