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The governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun reportedly issued an exemption order to Dangote PLC amidst the Coronavirus Lockdown in Nigeria.
In a letter signed by Tokunbo Talabi, the Secretary to Osun State Government 4 April 2020, notified security agency and the General Public to allow the company’s teicks on ground of ‘because of essential multi-sectoral services the company renders to the public. The letter reads:
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY TO THE STATE GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF OGUN STATE
P.M.B 2058 ABBOKUTA OGUN STATE OF NIGERIA
SSG/ADM.21/3 fum, 2020
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
COVID-19 LOCKDOWN: EXEMPTION OF DANGOTE TRUCKS
This is to confirm that Dangote Plc. trucks are exempted ftom the restriction of movement and total lockdown of the state as a result of the corona virus (COVID-19) Pandemic. You are requested to permit the trucks move freely within the State because of essential multi-sectoral services the company renders to the public.
2. Thank you.
Secretary to the state government