Worshippers trooped out on Friday to perform the Juma’at paryers at the Ilorin Central Mosque. This came after the closure of closed against regular Juma’at prayers across the state for 12 weeks.
The Emir of Ilorin and Chairman Kwara Sate Council of Chiefs, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari, was also among worshippers that attended the Juma’at service.
Social and physical distancing was duly observed during the prayer session. The use of face skin, washing of hands and sermon was strictly adhered to as the Juma’at lasted 15 minutes.
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