Nigerian Government List Churches, Mosques That Will Not Be Allowed To Reopen Despite Lifted Ban
The Federal Government has said churches and mosques that don’t comply to “required measures”, won’t be permitted to reopen. # Nigerian government .
The National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Sani Aliyu, expressed this during the daily preparation on Tuesday.
Aliyu additionally recommended that it was more secure for attendees to worship at home, in spite of the lifting of restriction on religious gatherings.
He anyway cautioned that:-
“place of worship that don’t comply to required measures ought not be permitted to work.
“State specialists ought not permit such churches or mosques to work.”
Aliyu disclosed that severe consistence to gave rules was significant, as that nature of religious gatherings could see Coronavirus spread without any problem.
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