BREAKING: Ekiti Approves Reopening Of Worship Centers

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BREAKING: Ekiti Approves Reopening Of Worship Centers


The Ekiti State Government has approved reopening of worship centers in the state.

This was disclosed by the Governor of the state, Dr Kayode Fayemi during a live broadcast on Tuesday evening.

The governor revealed that, religious worship centres may resume controlled services from Friday July 17, 2020 starting with worship services once a week, Friday Jumat for Muslims and Saturday and Sunday Services for Christians.

He added that the development is however subjected to strict and full compliance with the regulations regarding worship centres which includes; social distancing of 6-feet between worshippers, hand washing and use of face masks.

He added that Free unhindered movement will continue Mondays -Fridays only from 6:00 am to 8:00pm daily while Dusk to Dawn Curfew will be enforced 8:00pm – 5:59am (7) days a week.

Meanwhile, he stated there shall continue to be a restriction of movement at weekends (Saturday and Sunday) until July 19, when religious worship centers might likely reopen.

Complying with the Federal Government directive, the Ekiti State Government has lifted the ban on inter state travel except during the Dusk to Dawn curfew daily.


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