– Worship centers in Ogun State to reopen on August 14
– Governor Abiodun disclosed this on Wednesday while briefing journalists
– He urged Muslim faithfuls to pray in their homes
Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun has disclosed that worship centers will be reopened, tentatively on August 14.
The Governor also said that all exit classes- Primary 6, JSS 3, and SSS 3 will all resume respectively on Monday, August 4.
He made this known at his Okemosan office in Abeokuta in an address with newsmen on Wednesday.
Going further in the address he informed the press that churches and mosques must comply with all the COVID-19 guidelines handed down to them, stressing that any worship center that disobeys the laid down rules would be sanctioned.
Speaking on schools’ resumption, he said SSS 3 students will have two weeks of revision classes in order to prepare them for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), starting on August 17.
According to Abiodun, there will be decontamination of schools, establishment of sickbays, provision of infrared thermometer, running water among others.
He said any school that disobey the rules will not be allowed to resume.
The weekend lockdown in Ogun State continues, adding that anybody who fails to wear face mask risks six months jail term, he said.
While congratulating Islamic faithful on the 2020 Eid-el-Kabir, Abiodun forbade any form of gathering above 20 persons.
He left no stone unturned in telling the Muslims to have prayers at home and not have any sort of gathering in the public.
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