Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has expressed worries over the level of porosity of the entry points to Ondo state.
Akeredolu expressed his worries on Saturday after a police officer who tested positive for COVID-19 in Lagos gained entry into the state.
Akeredolu who revealed this on his twitter handle described the action of the policeman as reckless.
He said: “Earlier today, I got news of another positive case of #COVID19 admitted to our facility in Akure.
“The case of this individual who is a police officer is unique. He was tested in Lagos but came to Ondo state while awaiting his results. Upon receiving a positive result, he claimed to have returned back to Lagos.
“He waited a few days in Lagos to be picked up. When this failed, he panicked and rushed back to Akure for treatment. While we appreciate the confidence reposed in our facilities, We do find it most reckless on the part of the officer of the Law to risk the lives of others.
“I am most disappointed in the level of porosity of the entry points to the state. The police officer should know better. I have contacted the commissioner of police to double up on securing our entry points.”