the Ajia Balogun Olubadan of Ibadanland, Adegboyega Taofeek Adegoke, who is the Executive Director/ OES, Energy Services Limited, has said that if people are given palliative help them stay at home, they will obey the order.
Speaking commencement of distribution of financial support to widows some local government areas of Ibadan, The Ajia stated that the only way to ensure the stay at home order is obeyed, is to provide palliatives for the poor masses.
“The only way to ensure that people stay at home is to provide palliatives for them. To ensure that this Coronavirus does not spread among our people, we have to ensure that we give them what they will use to stay at home.
The people who are hungry cannot stay at home. That is why it is difficult to enforce the stay at home order. If the government fails to give palliative to the people, they will not stay at home. But, if they are given what they will use to stay at home, they will comply.
We need to stop the spread of Coronavirus. That is why it is compulsory to give palliatives to the people before we can prevent them from going out.”