COVID-19: Sanitizers Used at Poling Stations

MINAT Boss has cautioned Pressmen and People of Bamenda to take measures laid down by the Prime Ministerial order, as preventive measures against COVID-19, very seriously.

Voting at the pooling centre at upstation Bamenda, on March 22nd, The Minister, Paul Atanga Nji and The Governor of the Northwest Region, Adolphe Lele LAfrique together with other elites and voters of Mezam, cast their votes after sanitizing their hands with detergent.

He urged that more than 50persons should not gather in one place ,shaking of hands and hugs should be avoided, added that the population should step up their hygienic manners by washing their hands on a daily basis and combatting COVID-19.

"The prescription from the Head of State, outlined by the Prime Minister, Head of Government which provides that, we should not shake hands, we should create a distance of 1metre from each order, but I see your microphones too close to me and which is not correct." He said.

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