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Covid-19: Modakeke Progressive Union Chair Urges Members To Comply With Stay-at-home Order

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Mr Yinka Odewale

Perturbed by the rapid increase cases of Coronavirus in Osun state, Chairman, Modakeke Progressive Union (MPU),Osogbo chapter, Mr Yinka Odewale, has urged members of the union and entire residents of the state to adhere strictly to the stay-at-home order given by the Government in a bid to curtail the spread of dreaded Coronavirus Pandemic in the state.

Odewale also implored those who are richly blessed among the members to willingly come to the aid of the less-privileged members of the union during this trying time in the history of the state.

He enjoined the members to observe all the rules and regulations rolled out by the state government to curtail the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic.

According to a statement he personally signed and made available to CityMirrorNews in Osogbo on Wednesday, Odewale said he could imagine the pains the members of the union were going through during the on-going forced statewide holiday orchestrated by the Covid-19 virus.

He stressed the need for all the members to adhere strictly with the hygienic aspect of the rules governing COVID-19 in order not to enable any of the members to fall victim of the deadly disease.

In his words: “On behalf of the entire executive members of our union, I sympathise and empathize with our members over the lingering hardship associated with the coronavirus pandemic that is ravaging the world.

“Let me urge all our members to strictly observe the government rules and regulations especially both the hygienic and security aspects of it in the interest of our healthy living.

“It is my prayer that God Almighty will not let us have any reason to lose anybody during this hectic period.

“In togetherness we shall all see the end of this monstrous COVID-19 pandemic”, he prayed.

The Osogbo MPU Chairman also prayed that God will continue to bless all the members to the extent of being a source of blessings to themselves, their families and Modakeke township which is the common home of our progenitors”.

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