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BREAKING: Lagos Restore Restrictions On Churches, Mosques, Events, Over Second Wave Of COVID-19

The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has restored restrictions on the gathering of churches and mosques in the state. He asked the worship centers not to hold services for more than two hours, adding that no gathering must exceed 50

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COVID-19: NCDC Warns Churches Against Organising Christmas Carols This December | See CAN’s Reaction

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has urged Nigerians not to conduct usual Christmas festivities such as traditional Christmas carols this year, 2020. Chikwe Ihekweazu, the Director-General of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), stated this during the

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Why Lagos State Government Is Suspending The Reopening of Churches And Mosques

Lagos State government has announced that it will no longer go ahead with its plan to reopen churches and mosques this weekend. Recall that on June 3, the state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced that religious centers will be allowed to open

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COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu Announces Date & Guidelines For Religious Gatherings In Lagos State

The Lagos state government has lifted the ban on religious gatherings in the state under some strict guidelines. The ban was implemented as part of measures to contain the spread of the novel Coronavirus in the state. At a press

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Lagos State Government Bans All Churches’ or Mosques’ Gatherings Of More Than 50 Persons

The Lagos state government, in agreement with religious leaders, has banned all religious congregational service of over 50 worshippers as part of concerted efforts to contain the unprecedented devastation that the COVID-19 pandemic is causing globally.  The decision was reached after a meeting

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Mental Health In Nigeria: Amnesty International Decries The Inhumane Treatment & Detention Of Patients In Religious Houses

International Human Rights Group, Amnesty International, has urged the Nigerian Government to ban the violent and dehumanizing practices used against people suffering from Mental health issues in the country. In a damning report, published yesterday, Monday, (Nov. 11), Amnesty International

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