Valentine’s day: FCTA warns residents against violation of COVID-19 guidelines



The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has warned residents, especially fun seekers, against violation of the -19 guidelines during the Valentine’s Day celebrations.

Mr Ihkaro Attah, Head Publicity, Enlightenment and Advocacy of the FCT Ministerial Enforcement Taskforce on -19 who gave the warning at a news conference on Friday , noted hydra-headed pandemic still ravaging and called for caution.

Attah, therefore, advised residents to celebrate with their loved ones at home and also avoid behaviours that could put them and in jeopardy.

He also noted enforcement taskforce be fully out to necessary protocols were followed and violators be arrested and prosecuted.

According to him, those who violate the -19 protocols and guidelines will be arrested and charged to court while the property where the violations are allowed to place will be sealed.

know that some residents who cannot enjoy valentine’s day in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s first wave may likely go overboard this year. are watching strategic areas prone to abuses closely,” he said.

Attah cautioned that overcrowded public places and unnecessary parties should be avoided, so as to save the government the pains of emergency.

He stated that Mobile Courts be sitting to try violators of COVID-19 protocols on Valentine’s Day. (NAN)