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The Speaker Gombe State House of Assembly,  Abubakar  Ibrahim,  on Wednesday  announced the suspension of all legislative activities until  April 14 to contain the spread of coronavirus.

According to a  statement  by the Chief Information Officer of the Assembly, Abubakar Umar, the Speaker made the announcement  after meeting with Principal Officers of the House.

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The Speaker Gombe State House of Assembly,  Abubakar  Ibrahim,  on Wednesday  announced the suspension of all legislative activities until  April 14 to contain the spread of coronavirus.

According to a  statement  by the Chief Information Officer of the Assembly, Abubakar Umar, the Speaker made the announcement  after meeting with Principal Officers of the House.

Ibrahim   said  since the Assembly was  open to the public, the virus could spread to the place,  hence the need to shut.

He said they  were concerned about the welfare and safety of  the  workers and the entire people of the state.

The Speaker  advised residents to follow the measures put in place by all levels of government to contain the spread of the pandemic.

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The statement partly states, “The House appreciates the prompt preventive measures taken by Governor Inuwa Yahaya towards protecting people from contracting the disease. And  we want to assure him of our support this same  direction.”

Ibrahim   said  since the Assembly was  open to the public, the virus could spread to the place,  hence the need to shut.

He said they  were concerned about the welfare and safety of  the  workers and the entire people of the state.

The Speaker  advised residents to follow the measures put in place by all levels of government to contain the spread of the pandemic.

The statement partly states, “The House appreciates the prompt preventive measures taken by Governor Inuwa Yahaya towards protecting people from contracting the disease. And  we want to assure him of our support this same  direction.”

Source: Punch

 

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