House of Reps bans open worships, visitors to NASS

House of Reps bans open worships, visitors to NASS

- Open worship has been banned by the National Assembly

- The House of Reps says the decision to ban was taken from actions of some religious countries

- Also, the lawmakers banned all visitors from the National Assembly till further notice

The House of Representatives has banned all forms of open worships across Nigeria.

The ban was placed following the coronavirus pandemic currently ravaging the world.

According to the lower chamber of the National Assembly, the measure was based on cues from Saudi Arabia, Iran and the Vatican that have banned open worship.

Also, the Nigerian lawmakers banned all visitors from the National Assembly till further notice.

The Nation reports that constituents will either write their representatives and wait for a reply or see members in the constituency offices.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that a Nigerian man is the latest to make the world proud as he has discovered how to become a chief executive officer from the opportunity created by coronavirus.

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A young man, @Swaggzeez1, brought his invention to Twitter without categorically saying if he was the one behind the idea.

Since the spread of the coronavirus across continents, countries, groups and individuals have advocated hand washing as a way of combating it.

However, the inventor saw his opportunity in metal drums, redesigned them to ease hand washing with a possibility of earning a living from his work.

As expected, the young man got some accolades and words of encouragements from those who commented.

Legit.ng earlier reported that four of the biggest technology companies in the world have lost a total of $1.3 trillion since February 2020.

Referred to as MAGA by United States president, Donald Trump, the companies are Microsoft, Apple, Google’s Alphabet and Amazon. The companies lost their stocks as the markets continue to be upset by the coronavirus.

In another development, a 26-year-old Nigerian Max Chinnah recently made history as he invented a smokeless stove that he patented with his partner, Attigah.

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The Nigerian inventor hopes that his piece would help in the saving of lives around the world.

His company called Terraoak is going into producing the smokeless stove at a very large scale, adding that it is a move to ensure a greener environment and reduce the threat of global warming.

The smokeless stove also has another added feature where it can convert heat into electricity and gives out through a USB port to allow for phone charging.

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