In News by stephen abiodun on the 18th, May, 2020

What Sanwo-olu instructed Kumuyi, Olukoya, non secular leaders about re-opening Church buildings, Mosques –

What Sanwo-olu told Kumuyi, Olukoya, religious leaders about re-opening Churches, Mosques -

The Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sawoolu in a digital assembly with non secular leaders on Monday revealed that Church buildings and Mosques will stay closed.

NEWS DIRECT gathered that the Governor reiterated that the “zero – Congregation” stance of Authorities for non secular worship centres remains to be in pressure to make sure bodily distancing, including that every one arms have to be on deck to do extra sensitisation and monitoring to enrich authorities efforts.

The digital assembly had in attendance high Christian and Muslim leaders. Notable Christian leaders current on the assembly embrace Pastor W.F. Kumuyi (Deeper life), Pastor Joseph Obayemi (RCCG), Dr D.Okay. Olukoya (MFM), Rev. Mrs Mercy Ezekiel (CPM), Amb. Mrs Elizabeth Onajobi of WOWICAN, His Eminence Samuel Kanu Uche and different leaders within the 5 Christian Bloc and CAN Executives.

Well-liked Muslim leaders had been additionally current on the assembly. Imam Dr Abdulrahman Ahmad (Chief Missioner, Ansaru-deen), Sheik Abdulhakeem Lawal, Imam Abdul Akeem Lawal, Dr. (Mrs) Egberongbe of FOMWAN, Sheik Uwais, Chief Imams of the varied Divisions of the State, MSSN and different high non secular leaders in Lagos.

Reacting to the governor’s assertion, Chairman of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria, CAN, Lagos State Department, Apostle (Prof.) Alexander Bamgbola praised Sanwo-Olu for being proactive and pragmatic in his method to dealing with the COVID-19 disaster within the state. He added that the governor’s method saved many lives.

Talking on behalf of the Muslims, Grand Chief Imam of Lagos, Sheik (Engr.) Suleiman Abu-Nolla inspired the federal government to maintain working with non secular leaders including that it was a time of ‘Collective survival’.

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