The Delta State Commissioner for Oil and Gas, Prince Emman Amgbaduba has urged filling stations in Delta state that are exempted from the total shutdown to comply with preventive measures to combat coronavirus.
This is contained in a statement signed by the Commissioner for Oil and Gas Prince Emman Abgaduba and made available to newsmen on Friday
Emman observed that workers of filling stations in the State must Maintain skeletal staff, social distancing adding that Staff must carry a valid ID card of the petrol station they are working.
He also said Delta State Governor Sen. Dr. Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa is not negligent of the fact that Deltans don’t have the individual capacity to store PMS and AGO and as such, would not advise anybody to store petrol or diesel at home.
Speaking further, he advised deltans to note that the shutdown by the state government is in the interest of all Deltans, stressing that the opening for petrol, diesel, and gas, should not be abused as strict compliance of the shutdown will be observed.
He reassured Deltans of the Government’s support and readiness to set the state free from the deadly coronavirus.
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