Warri South Council reopens Delta City Park, three hours after shutdown

The Warri South Council COVID - 19 Enforcement Taskforce, led by Mr. Elvis Okpako Eboh,


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Warri South Council reopens Delta City Park, three hours after shutdown
Members of the Warri South Council COVID - 19 Enforcement Taskforce, at Delta City (Former Agofure Park) Park, shortly after reopening the park for operation. 2nd left is Mr. Elvis Eboh


The Warri South Council COVID - 19 Enforcement Taskforce, led by Mr. Elvis Okpako Eboh, has given nod for the reopening of Delta City (Former Agofure Park) Park at Warri Sapele Road by Deco Junction, Warri, three hours after it shut-down the motor park, Friday July 3.

 

Fresh Angle International understands that the reopening was sequel to provision of hand sanitizers, soap and running water by management of the transport company, in response to the earlier shutdown.

 

Recall that the Warri South Council COVID - 19 Enforcement Taskforce, earlier ordered the closure of Delta City (Former Agofure Park) Park at Warri Sapele Road by Deco, over zero compliance of the COVID - 19 rules. 

 

The Taskforce Chairman, Mr. Elvis Okpako Eboh, had ordered manager of the park, Mr. Tega Odegegbe, to return transport fares of passengers waiting to embark on journey from the park.

 

No hand sanitizer, soap and running water was seen at the park, despite its usually heavy passenger – traffic in the early hours of the morning.

 

The Taskforce began its operation earlier in the day, by compelling vehicle owners and passengers as it were, to ensure they wear their face masks.

 

They carried out the exercise at Warri Sapele Road, by Warri South Council Main Secretariat, Warri and later visited the Warri Central Mosque, Hausa Quarters’ Mosque, Greener Line Transport Company and Osariemen Motor Parks, enforcing compliance on the use of hand sanitizers, soap and running water as well as carrying out advocacy on physical distancing.

 

This Newspaper can report that there was zero compliance at the Hausa Quarters’ Mosque, but the worshipers were already closing for prayers when the taskforce visited.

 

There was however reasonable compliance of the COVID-19 rules as it affect the use of hand sanitizers, thermometer as well as provision of soap and running water for hand washing at the Warri Central Mosque.


Copyright: Fresh Angle International (www.freshangleng.com)


Ebule Anthony Metsese
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