The Kwara state government has said that it will soon announce the modalities for relaxing the lockdown order on worship centres in the state.
This followed the loft of ban on worship centres across the nation bu the federal government on Moday. However, COVID-19 cases has so far increased to 111 with 37 patients discharged.
Spokesperson to Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara state, Rafiu Ajakaye, in statement issued on Wednesday said, “Government sincerely commends the patience and understanding of our religious and traditional rulers while urging them to actively join the sensitisation campaign about the virus.”
Ajakaye however disclosed that government will meet with the leadership of the Muslim and Christian communities in the state today to fashion out the way forward on the proposed reopening of worship centres.
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