Thursday, July 2, 2020

10 officers contracted deadly virus at Lagos ports - Customs comptroller .

Comptroller Mohammed Abba-Kura, the controller of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) Apapa command on Thursday, July 2, revealed that ten officers contracted coronavirus that is ravaging the country.
In a report by Nigerian Tribune, Abba-Kura noted that all the customs officers who tested positive were treated at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) and have since been discharged.
The comptroller speaking with journalists explained that there is no way physical examination of cargoes can be stopped at the command for now because of the fear of COVID-19. 
He went on to note that it is rather important for individuals while carrying out port activities to observe physical hygiene. According to Abba-Kura, two officers first tested positive for coronavirus, but after he ordered the entire unit to undergo a test it was discovered that eight more had the disease. 
He went on to note that it is rather important for individuals while carrying out port activities to observe physical hygiene. According to Abba-Kura, two officers first tested positive for coronavirus, but after he ordered the entire unit to undergo a test it was discovered that eight more had the disease. 

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