A rights organization, the Black Youth Vanguard (BYV), has hailed the inauguration of the Armoured Shield Isolation Centre in Lagos State early this year by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, describing it as a welcome idea towards combating the dreaded coronavirus, which second wave is causing panic across the globe.
National Convener of the organization, Comrade James Adeyemi, in a chat with correspondent in Badagry Sunday, expressed the delight that, the birth of the medical edifice would go a long way in assisting Governor Sanwo-Olu in his dogged fight against the monster, enthusing that the governor would, in his characteristic manner, put the facility in good use to ensure the safety of his people.
Adeyemi, who praised the collaborative efforts of the Reddington Hospital Group under the leadership of a renowned medical guru, Dr. Yomi Onabowale, was of the conviction that, Sanwo-Olu’s achievements and performance in office are being supported and appreciated by corporate, private and medical sectors, enjoining other well-meaning Nigerians to follow the footsteps of the group for the wellbeing of humanity.
Last Friday, January 8, 2021, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, inaugurated an Armoured Shield Isolation Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos where he restated his commitment and resolve of his administration not to backtrack on public health deliverables, particularly when the monster is rearing its ugly head for the second time.
Recall that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has renewed battle against the second wave of the dreaded Coronavirus warning that complacency can be very dangerous and deadly.
It is against this background that Adeyemi, welcome the establishment of the Armoured Shield Isolation Centre as part of the required additional hands needed on deck to assist the governor in his onerous task to sanitise the state against the killer pandemic, warning that, the case of COVID-19 globally cannot be handled with glove hands because of its lethal effects on the citizenry.
While reminding that, developed nations worldwide that are more advanced in medical line are already experiencing another round of lockdown over the pandemic, the concerned group leader urged the people to rally round the governor to make his efforts geared towards their safety become fruitful by obeying all the preventive measures put in place.
If the second wave of the disease is certified medically to be deadlier than its first coming, Adeyemi reasoned that, therefore, more precautions must be observed this time than ever before, insisting that, prevention is not only better than cure but also cheaper.