Coronavirus: Stop patronizing imported pretty used textile, NEMA warns Nigerians
Chris Njoku, Owerri
National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has warned Nigerians to cease patronizing imported pretty used textiles to make sure Coronavirus is satisfactorily checkmated in Nigeria.
This is even because the company has referred to as for inclusion of Disaster administration as a part of educational course in universities and polytechnic curriculum.
NEMA head of Imo/Abia operations, Evans Ugoh, made the decision in Owerri whereas addressing catastrophe stakeholders in a workshop on Sunday organized by NEMA.
He stated it will be very harmful for Nigerians to be patronizing imported pretty used textile, including that steady patronage on pretty used cloths was a direct invitation of the virus to Nigeria.
He urged FG to position critical sanction on importation of pretty used textiles in different to discourage smugglers.
“This is a therapeutic massage to all Nigerians who’re within the behavior of patronizing pretty used cloths imported from overseas significantly contact international locations
“We should be aware that those already diagnosed with the virus abroad could also dispose their cloths where it could eventually be imported to Nigeria”, he stated.
He additionally urged authorities to step up consciousness marketing campaign on Corona Virus in Nigeria.
Ugoh additionally stated inclusion of catastrophe administration in class curriculum would assist in grooming the long run catastrophe managers in tackling catastrophe.