- The federal government has said it may review the ease of restriction placed on churches and mosques
- Boss Mustapha, the chairman of the presidential task force on COVID-19, made the statement on Thursday, June 4
- Mustapha stated that the review may be needed to avoid preventable risks of transmission
The federal government has said that it would review the ease of restriction placed on churches and mosques if worshippers disregard its guidelines.
Boss Mustapha, the chairman of the presidential task force on COVID-19, made the statement on Thursday, June 4, during a briefing in Abuja.
He said the task force would monitor the compliance of Nigerians to the easing of restriction.
Mustapha pointed out that if need be, the ease of restriction would be reviewed to contain the spread of the virus.
“However, we will not hesitate to review as we progress, should the situation warrant, to avoid preventable risks of transmission,” Mustapha said.
Meanwhile, Pastor Tunde Bakare of the Citadel Global Community Church formerly known as Latter Rain Assembly has said the church will soon be empty if it fails in its duty.
According to the man of God, cockroaches and spiders will take over the church if it fails to nourish the body of Christ.
The cleric made the statement in a conversation with Chude Jideonwo, founder of Joy, Inc., YNaija reports.
Legit.ng noted that Pastor Bakare said: “The church, which is you and I and the millions of Christians in this country, has one duty; to nourish the body of Christ, honor and serve it. That is you and I.
In another report, Mauritius has declared that it is officially free of the deadly coronavirus that has taken the world by storm, becoming the second African country to declare virus-free status after infection.
According to the island nation’s official COVID-19 page, 322 people had recovered out of the 332 confirmed cases so far. 10 people have since died.
May 11 marked the fifteenth consecutive day that the no-new-case was recorded in the country, Vanguard reported.
Legit.ng gathered that a lockdown, however, remains in place to contain the possible spread of the virus.
Weeks ago, Mauritania declared itself coronavirus-free after six coronavirus patients recovered and left the hospital, while one person succumbed to the virus.
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