It also requests governor to make recourse back to the House before any regulation is made.
Where the offence is not spelt out, it attracts N200,000 and also allows the leadership of the various arms of government to structure their own restriction format.
Section 8 of the bill makes provision for the Coronavirus Trust Fund.
In addition, the bill empowers the governor to declare a state of emergency of up to three months if the situation requires so.
Contributing to the debate on the bill, Mr Adedamola Kasunmu (Ikeja constituency 2) noted that it was important to alleviate the impact of coronavirus on the state economy.
Mr Rotimi Olowo (Somolu I) noted that the spread of the virus is unprecedented and therefore required stringent measures to forestall the pandemic.
Obasa said the contingency plan in the budget could not address the current scourge.
“Government needs to be seen doing something, making effective pronouncements.
“The governor can make recourse back to the House if need be. If the budget procedure takes much time that can’t suffice, the kick-off fund will help.”
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