Lagos State Deputy Governor, Obafemi Hamzat, Wednesday mourned the death of his younger brother, Haroun, who died of complications arising from the dreaded novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Haroun died on Tuesday at the age of 37. Until his death, he was a medical doctor at a public health centre in Orile Agege Local Council Development Area of Lagos State.
Mourning the death of his younger brother, Lagos State deputy governor called on the public to be conscious of the volatility of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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He charged Lagosians to take necessary precautions regarding the COVlD-19 protocols.
According to him, “There is urgent need for us as people to be conscious of the volatility of COVID-19.
“We should not only do this for ourselves, but for everyone we come in contact with.
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“Stay safe, use your masks, sanitise or wash your hands regularly and maintain social distancing.”
Hamzat prayed for the repose of the soul of his younger brother, saying may Allah forgive him his sins and grant him eternal tranquility and Aljanah Firdaus.