Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has hinted at reopening the state’s economy as well as worship centres.
He said this after the State Security Council meeting at the State House in Marina on Sunday. He however said the move would not be made in a hurry.
In a statement from the government, Sanwo-Olu was quoted as saying the Lagos State Safety Commission and the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency will visit restaurants, worship places to determine their level of readiness for reopening.
“We are reviewing and considering how the phased unlocking will happen. If we see a huge level of compliance, then it can happen in the next two to three weeks. If not, it could take a month or two months. It is until we are sure all of these players are ready to conform to our guidelines,” he said.