The Lagos State Government Representatives and religious leaders at a closed-door meeting have failed to reach an agreement following a few hours of deliberation on arranged move to close down religious houses in the state.
The measure, as per the state government is in advancement to the endeavours of the legislature at both state and administrative level, in diminishing the spread of the destructive coronavirus in Nigeria and the state specifically. commissioner for Home Affairs, Anofiu Elegushi, who drove the state appointment, had prior, alongside strict pioneers held press instructions in Alausa, Ikeja, on the need of strict pioneers to teach members and congregation to take the preventive measures and also exercise extraordinary caution to stop the spread from the beginning before it gets endemic in the state.
The gatherings went into a shut entryway meeting at 2.30 pm and by 4.30 pm, they were yet to arrive at a resolution on the issue. Peruse ALSO: COVID-19: LASG to think about stopping Friday, Sunday administrations – Commissioner for Information However, Elugushi is relied upon to introduce the report to the media toward the finish of the gathering. The state government is intending to close down Churches and Mosques for a while so as to break the spread of CPVID-19 in the state and the nation on the loose.” The official at the preparation stated, “As a capable and responsive government, it
becomes on us to update our Religious Leaders regarding the undesirable infection that is quietly crawling into the express, the Corona Virus. “As we are very much aware of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) which started from Wuhan in China as become a matter of incredible worry for World Leaders. For those of us who have been following the pattern of occasions after the news broke out, we will find that strict colourations and slants are being acquainted with this medical problem. “This is the reason we have welcomed all of you to this instructions and sensitisation program to have firsthand information on the causes, impact, and counteraction.”