Ogun to Adopt Recommendations of Committee on Reopening of Religious Centres
Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun says the recommendations of a subcommittee on the reopening of religious centres in the state will be adopted by next week to regulate the operations of religious institutions across the state.
Governor Abiodun announced this while briefing newsmen at his Oke Mosan Abeokuta office.
Governor Abiodun explained that the subcommittee comprising of religious leaders and government’s representatives had been mandated to come up with guidelines for gradual reopening of religious activities latest by Friday 12th June.
The Governor expressed the hope that the Committee’s outcome would help to reactivate the system with effect from Friday, June 19th, 2020.
Governor Abiodun pointed out that a task force would be set up to monitor and ensure compliance with the agreed guidelines for the religious activities in the state, noting that violators would be sanctioned.
The governor reiterated that all existing guidelines to flatten the curve of the virus, including total lockdown on weekends and night curfew between 10pm to 4am remained sacrosanct.