The Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Senator Uche Ekwunife has urged landlords to be more considerate with tenants during this period.

She said this while reacting to the recent extra 14 days lockdown declaration and enforcement by the Government of Anambra State.

Speaking in a three minutes video, the Senator urged citizens of Anambra State to support the government in its efforts to ensure that the coronavirus is contained in the State.

Her words, "As difficult as it may seem, the measures deployed by government both at the State and the Federal level have become necessary as our country and the world at large battle to contain the spread of Covid-19".

"While I am aware that this lockdown will impact heavily on our economy, particularly the poor and the vulnerable, I encourage us to take the necessary steps as advised by the government and healthcare providers to ensure that the disease does not spread in our State".

Continuing, she said: "This is a time when we must support each other. While those of us in government do our best, within our limits, to provide palliatives to citizens, we urge everyone who is in a position to assist a neighbour, a friend or relation, to do so, particularly at this time".

"Landlords who own rented apartments should kindly be more considerate with their tenants during this period. This is a time when we must show love without boundaries".

Concluding, the Senator called for support and prayers for healthcare workers. She prayed for the quick recovery of all those who are suffering from one disease or other, “that God in his infinite mercies grants them divine healing from all their infirmities".

Please Stay Safe.

Kingsley Ubani
SA Media to Senator Uche Ekwunife

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