The Director General of the agency, Mr Lanre Mojola, said in line with the directives of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the guidelines towards reopening of the economy, especially religious and social centres, had been developed and consultation was ongoing with all stakeholders.
In a statement on Sunday, the safety commission boss said upon registration, a verification process would be carried out to ensure adequate space management was in place across the various centres to guarantee that social distancing, hygiene and safety measures were maintained across all religious and social centres.
Here’s part of the statement:
“A committee has been set up by Mr Governor, headed by the Commissioner for Special Duties and Intergovernmental Relations, Engr. Tayo Bamgbose-Martins, consisting of other ministries, including the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture; Home Affairs; Physical Planning and Urban Renewal; Economic Planning and Budget; to ensure that the process is done effortlessly…”
He also assured everyone that the process wouldn’t be tedious, but rather simple and straightforward.