Churches, mosques given green light for ‘abridged sessions’ as President eases restrictions

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In his tenth televised address to the nation, the President announced an easing of the restrictions on social gathering, paving the way for churches and mosques to hold services.

The lifting of the ban takes effect from Friday, June 5, 2020, and is the first time in four months that churches and mosques will be allowed to hold services lasting an hour only.

Also, the sessions cannot have more than 100 people present. These 100 people are expected to be in nose masks and observe a social distancing of at least one(1) meter to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The move is sure to come as a relief to several Preachers who have been advocating for the lifting of restrictions on social gatherings in the past few weeks.

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