COVID-19: Niger State Assembly Postpones Resumption over Lockdown

By Rita Iliya

Minna (Precise Post) – As part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, the Niger State House of Assembly on Monday extended the suspension of plenary to comply with the lockdown order in the state.

A statement by Alhaji Abdullahi Kagara, the Clark of the House, in Minna on Monday explained that the development was in line with the state government two weeks lockdown order to avert the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.

Recall that the lawmakers had adjourned plenary session from March 31 to April 14, to contain the spread of coronavirus.

The statement advised lawmakers and staff members to abide by the new date so as to safeguard lives. (NAN)

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