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Kwara Gov Sacks Driver, Queries COVID-19 Team Over Mishandling Of Case

 

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has directed the sack of a authorities driver answerable for a COVID-19 response group ambulance.

The driving force in a video which has gone viral on social media is seen evacuating a suspected COVID-19 affected person in an unprofessional method with the assistance of members of the general public.

He was reported to have turned deaf ears to directive and gone forward to evacuate the sufferer with out ready for the arrival of the Speedy Response Group (RRT).

“The governor totally condemns the shoddy handling of the gentleman who was clearly going through a hard time,” Rafiu Ajakaye, the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, mentioned in an announcement on Wednesday.

“He has directed that the driving force be fired instantly. Because the investigation revealed, the driving force didn’t heed clear directive to not take any motion till the Speedy Response Group (RRT) arrives the scene. He evacuated the gentleman with the assistance of members of the general public with out ready for the arrival of the RRT.

“That incident was avoidable, and we sincerely apologise to the gentleman and to the folks of Kwara State for the embarrassing growth. We guarantee them this is not going to occur once more,” the assertion added.

Governor AbdulRazaq additionally directed the issuance of queries to high officers of the state ministry of well being for failing to behave with essential warning and experience within the dealing with of the incident.

The governor directed that members of the RRT be queried in order to make sure such incident of harmful violation of COVID-19 security protocols doesn’t repeat itself.

He added that it’s equally distasteful and unacceptable that the driving force, who had lengthy been concerned in such operations, made unethical feedback to any individual in misery.

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