The former Senator that represented Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani has sent a note of caution to those donating their private property to the government as isolation center for treatment of COVID-19 patients.
The former lawmaker in his message on Twitter, told such people to consult with their neighbours first before making the decision to donate their property.
He said the welfare and health of neighbours should be considered before such steps are taken as they would be at the receiving end of such actions.
The former senator tweeted: “Before you donate your unoccupied building to the Government to be used as Isolation Center, be courteous and consult with your neighbours.
“They are at the receiving end when things go wrong, while you take the glory and the commendation for doing good”.
Meanwhile, Naija News recalls a mansion reportedly forfeited by former petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke has been handed over by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for use as an isolation centre.
It is understood that the anti-graft agency handed over the property to officials of the Lagos state government on Friday.
The mansion, consisting of six flats of three bedrooms and a boys’ quarters is to be used as an Isolation Centre for COVID-19 patients.