In an effort to curb the spread of the novel Coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world, the leadership of Opi General Assembly (OGA) led by Prof. B.O Ugwuishiwu has adopted a cost effective preventive measure.
The group embarked on provision of teepe-tap for the community at strategic locations in the community as a means of support the government effort.
Speaking while conducting the task force instituted by the OGA round the areas of Tipi tap location, Secretary of Assembly – Uche Onyeke instructed the committee led by one Agbobodo to make sure anyone entering Ahor Opi and all the motor parks at Opi junction and it’s environs wash their hands thoroughly before engaging in any business. He also made it known that all the lines and major commodity locations in the market were provided with the Teepe tap facility.
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Members of the community applauded the leadership of the EXCO for the timely intervention in rescuing the foreseen danger approaching and reacted as thus.
Henry Paragon: Great efforts, commendable! Please let them also observe social distancing while carrying out the washing hand exercise. Corona is aerosolized.
Pham.Ugwuanyi: Thanks very much OGA. It is highly commendable, may God give you people strength to continue this good work in our Town. God bless you all, he added!
Dan Shere, former SSG simply put a Congratulatory message to OGA adding that the idea should be sustained even after Covid19 as cleanliness they say is next to Godliness.
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Justus Ugwu in his speech says that the enlightenment is a commendable effort. Some of them still have not believed it is real, they see it as avenue for government to siphon money. I was speaking to one yesterday, and his response baffled me. It’s a herculean task coordinating market women and men in the village, but God’s wisdom will guide you people. I am sure that other communities in and around Enugu will borrow a leave from this gesture, he added.
STORY: By Sobenna Nwagbo.