COVID-19: Lawyers Directed To Work From Home

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News Investigators/ Activist Lawyer and Principal Partner at KA&C Firm, Kayode Ajulo has urged lawyers and staff members to work from home in compliance with the directives of the Chief Justice of the Federation on curbing the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country.
Dr. Ajulo said the directive became necessary in order to ensure the safety of both clients and staff members.
“Our top priority is keeping our officials, employees, clients and other stakeholders safe while doing whatever is reasonable to keep the Law Firm running,” he said in a statement Monday.
“In compliance with the directives of the Chief Justice of the Federation and as a palliative measure to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19), all officials and employees of the Law Firm are hereby directed to work from home for a period of 14 days effective from the 24th of March, 2020.
“While we pray that this pandemic will soon cease, please ensure your safety by complying with preventive measures issued by the National Centre for Disease Control and the World Health Organization,” Ajulo added.

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