Lagos Govt Bans Religious Gathering.

The Lagos State Government, in agreement with religious leaders, has banned all religious services involving over 50 worshippers.

This was part of the communique read by the commissioner for Home Affairs, Prince Anofiu Elegushi after a meeting with religious leaders in the state at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre Alausa.

The Commissioner told the representatives of the religious bodies that it’s very important to suspend any religious Activities involving more than 50 persons because of the Coronavirus pandemic in the South West.

Present at the meeting were, the Lagos State Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Alexander Bamgbola, Grand Chief Imam of Lagos State, Sheikh Suleiman Abou Nolla and other regional religious leaders from all over the state.

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