The Lagos State Safety Commission has urged club owners to key into the verification process earnestly to avoid delays. This is coming as the state has begun physical verification of social clubs in the state.
Led by the Director General of the agency, Mr. Lanre Mojola, the team visited The Ikoyi Club, The Lagos Motor Boat Club, The Lagos Polo Club, The Ikeja Country Club, The Ikeja Golf Club,The Lagos Jetski Club, The Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, The Yoruba Tennis Club, and Ikeja Gold Club.
In a statement released by the commission, Mojola declared that the commission had started issuing provisional safety compliance certificates to social clubs that have registered and have had their locations verified. Adding that a number of businesses in the state are complying with the Register-to-Open initiative of the government while some are yet to comply.
“I therefore urge all social, event and betting centres, including bars, night clubs, gaming arcades, casinos and all businesses captured under the initiative, to do so in earnest to allow the verification process take place”, he added.
While commending the level of compliance and readiness made by some clubs, Mojola, admonished them to continue maintaining social distancing and proper hygiene.Follow us on social media