Nigerian lawmakers have suspended their usual plenary sessions for the next two weeks over the coronavirus disease.
The House of Representatives took the decision in a resolution taken as part of the prayers of a motion moved by Mr. Josiah Idem at plenary on Tuesday, which was unanimously adopted.
The prayer for the two weeks adjournment was made as an additional prayer to the motion by the Minority Leader, Ndudi Elumelu, urging that the lawmakers adjourn for two weeks to allow adequate preparation for the disease at the National Assembly Complex.
Meanwhile, another suspected case of COVID-19 has been allegedly recorded in Lagos.
Naija News understands that the new suspected cases, is a Chinese man isolated on arrival at the Muritala Mohammed International Airport, MMIA,was coughing excessively when accosted.
“The Chinese is now under observation at the Mainland Hospital Quarantine Centre in Yaba.”