Alumni member of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology and Co founder Youth Train Movement (YTM), Comrade Kamorudeen Akinniyi (K-NEWTON) has written an open letter to the Executive Governor of Osun state, Mr Gboyega Oyetola, and the Osun NURTW Chairman, Comrade Olamilekan Folorunso Salami over coronavirus spread.
Akinniyi, an indigene of Osun state urged the governor and NURTW Boss to assist in taking full precautionary measures by reducing passenger to one (1) in the front, and three (3)- three (3) sitting formation as not to feel congested.
He decried the rate at which the deadly virus is killing people in other part of the countries especially Italy that now has highest number of mortality rate.
Akinniyi advised all Nigerians to take all necessary precautionary measures in dealing with the virus, adding that “prevention is better than cure”.
The statement reads in part: “Sequel to the pandemic of corona virus (COVID-19) which is globally and I am concerned about the wellbeing of Nigerians who will be on transit at this critical time.”
“Sir, I will urge you to assist in taking full precautionary measures by reducing passenger to one (1) in the front, and three (3)- three (3) sitting formation as not to feel congested. I beseech you to spread across the globe the unmatchable degree of Cautiousness in the face of the Corina virus epidemy.”
“While welcoming and appreciating your discharge in the recent years of challenges and travails, I will equally be grateful if you can reciprocate the same gesture at this critical time as it will serve as awareness against Corona.”
“Sir, this is not only necessary, but timely. The call for the self/ NURTW awakeness against the scourge is crucial. That is the least I can write to you for now at this trying time.”
“I advise you all to observe all precautionary measures in dealing with this virus, given the fact that Prevention they say is always better than Cure. May we all come out of this situation untouched and as Conquerors. “
Thanks and God bless.
Comrade Kamorudeen Akinniyi(K-NEWTON)