Breaking: Mosques, Churches, and Cattle Markets can now Open- Adamawa State Governor

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By Fatima Musa, Kano

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic affecting the world, many countries have began lifting lockdown and allowing certain activities to begin.

The Adamawa State Government has removed the ban on religious activities across the state with immediate effect allowing the resumption of worship and prayers as well as the resumption of activities at the International cattle markets.

This was made known to journalist on Thursday by the Press secretary to Governor Umaru Fintiri, Humwashi Wonosikou.

“Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has eased the restriction on worship places and social gatherings earlier imposed on the state following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic”. He said

Umaru Fintiri, further encouraged that all leaders put in place preventive and safeuarding measures in their various worship centers and markets in order to contain the outbreak and spread of Coronavirus in the state as well as restricting the number of persons to not more than 50 at a time.

Read Press Release below

Press release-Adamawa state
Press release-Adamawa state


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