The Federal Government has asked churches, mosques and other organisations whose activities were suspended as a result of the lockdown occasioned by the bid to check the spread of Coronavirus Disease to submit guidelines for their reopening.
The Director General of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu, stated this on Thursday in Abuja during the daily briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.
Other organisations affected by the total lockdown on their businesses include restaurants, spas, barbing and hair dressing salons and bars.
Ihekweazu said the drafting of the guidelines was thrown back to the bodies because the government wants them to own the process.
He said: “This is what we’ve been advising every society, organisation, community, be it faith-based, cultural based, professionally based, to come up with guidelines for themselves.
“We are happy to advice and engage, but this needs to be led and owned by the leaders of those organisations.”
The information contained in this post is for general information purposes only. Opinion articles, comments are solely the responsibility of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of BlazeNewz while we endeavour to keep the information accurate with objectivity as we adhere to global practice of journalism. Read our full Disclaimer.
Politics7 months ago
Breaking: Appeal Court Sacks Ekiti APC Senator, Adeyeye Declares PDP, Olujimi Winner
News6 months ago
I’m Not Afraid Of Death– Obasanjo
Politics1 year ago
Rivers Guber ”In The End, It Will Be A Sweet Victory” Wike Tells Party Members
Foreign2 months ago
Breaking : another virus, hantavirus surfaces in china
Politics10 months ago
2023 Presidency : Northern Youths Drum Support For Tinubu, Lambast El-Rufai Over Zoning Comment
Sponsored Posts1 year ago
Come And Learn Yoruba Traditional Druming and Dancing
Crime Or Court1 year ago
O’Level Scandal : Court Adjourns Adeleke’s Trial To April 2
News10 months ago
Under Investment In education,Healthcare Caused Insecurity -Buhari