Amidst intending pandemic scare in Ikogosi and the environs, the Ekiti State government has dispatched a 12 man team from the state’s Task Force on Environmental Sanitation led by Mr Tunde Balogun to Ikogosi Ekiti this afternoon to fumigate the deceased animals.
The sad news of the natural disaster was broken at the weekend of the death by thunder of the 15 cows at a nearby hill in the sleepy community.
Eyewitness account disclosed to Ekiti Standard that the incident occurred at the weekend following a torrential rain accompanied by what he described a light thunder’ which led to the death of the cows.
As at the time of filing this report, the entire spot where the incident happened had been fumigated by the task force team.
The Asaoye of Ikogosi Ekiti, High Chief Ayo Ademiluwa who supervised the fumigation exercise lauded the Ekiti State government for the prompt response to avert what he described as “unmitigated disaster”
Ambassador Wale ojo_Lanre, SSA
to the governor on Tourism also paid a courtesy visit to the Royal father of the town to express his sympathy on the unfortunate incident.
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