While speaking, the Head, Media and Enlightenment of FCTA COVID-19 Enforcement team, Ihkaro Attah, said the situation at the shut down markets were such that no responsible government would pretend not to see.
Attah noted that the Presidential regulations specifically said that management of public business facilities, should take full responsibility of enforcement the COVID-19 regulations, but these markets defaulted in all aspects.
According to him, the market and plazas disregarded the guidelines and did not make provision for the health safety requirements.
He added that the court has said the shut down order can only be vacated when the management of the facilities comply with the regulations.
He said, ” the Presidential Regulations has given our enforcement team the teeth to bite and the FCT Minister has also given his backing for the full implementation of the Presidential regulations “
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