HOTEL, NIGHT CLUB SHUT BY LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT FOR VIOLATING LOCKDOWN GUIDELINES
Two hotels have been shut by the Lagos State Government, on Sunday, May 10,for violating new lockdown guidelines issued by the State government.
This was disclosed in a tweet by the State government on Saturday, May 10.
The hotels identified as Maggi Hotel, and Tambari Theatre Art (Night Club), were shut by the Lagos State Government task force in Badagry for violating Government's COVID-19 lockdown.
While addressing the development, the Special Adviser to the state Governor on Tourism Arts and Culture, Solomon Bonu, described the act as an avenue to practice immorality.
He stated further that, those hotels are places were people practice immoral acts; homes for strippers, drug barons and all sorts of mischief.
Bonu, who expressed his displeasure, described the management of the hotels as violators of the law, emphasising that despite the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, the facilities still violated the directives.
He concluded that the owners of the facilities will face the wrath of the law. He also urged residents of Lagos State to help inform agencies as soon as they discover violation by hotels and Clubhouses, as it is a grave offence and should not be abetted.