Lagos State has welcomed the arrival of 39 Nigerians from Ghana and 12 from other West African countries on Sunday morning.
With immediate effect, The Government puts them into 14-day isolation in Badagry as it is contingent upon experts advice.
The returnees arrived the country around 3.30 a.m. in two luxury buses with registration numbers LSD 614 YR and KTU 833 XY and on their arrival.
The Nigerian in Diaspora Commission, via its twitter handle, noted all the expenses for their 14-day quarantine will be paid by the Lagos State government while tests will be conducted on them to know their status.
“39 evacuees from Ghana with about 12 evacuees from other West African Countries are now in Badagry, Lagos. They have begun their 14-day compulsory isolation.
“The returnees who came from Ghana and other countries were brought in two luxury buses with registration numbers Lagos LSD 614 YR and KTU 833XY.
“They arrived at about 3:30 a.m. from Ghana and other African nations and are currently on 14 day quarantine paid for by Gov @jidesanwoolu in Badagry” It said.Follow us on social media