The Lagos State Government has paid the 14-day quarantine expenses of 39 Nigerians who just returned from Ghana.
The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), who made this known via their official Twitter handle on Sunday said the returnees and 12 others from different West African countries were camped in the Badagry area of the state.
It noted that all the returnees had begun the 14-day isolation supervised by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.
NIDCOM tweeted: “39 returnees who came from Ghana were brought in two luxury buses with registration numbers, Lagos LSD 614 YR and KTU 833XY.
“They arrived at about 3:30 a.m. from Ghana and other African nations and are currently on a 14-day quarantine. All the quarantine expenses paid for by the Lagos State Government,”