Cooking gas sellers get exemption from lockdown in Nigeria

Cooking gas retailers have obtained an exemption from the lockdown, the Nigerian Association of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Marketers (NALPGAM) said on Wednesday.

Its Executive Secretary, Mr Bassey Essien, said in a statement that in a bid to avoid a misinterpretation of the directive, NALPGAM sought clarification from the Lagos State Ministry of Energy and Resources.

It said it got clarification that gas plants and retail outlets are part of essential service providers.
Essien urged gas plants to maintain all safety and hygienic measures to prevent the spread of COVID 19 while workers must have their identity cards.
NALPGAM said it has written the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) for other states to make similar clarifications.
– The Nation

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