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17 Jul 2020
As the religious centres reopen for operations today in Ekiti State after three and half months of closure amid COVID-19 pandemic, the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs
21 Jun 2020
Churches in Oyo State have reopened after three months of closure due to the ban placed on religious gatherings by the government.
6 Jun 2020
The Lagos State Government has charged religious centres not to compromise on the ”No face mask, No entry” guideline in order to curb the spread of coronavirus
6 Jun 2020
Gov. Dapo Abiodun of Ogun says churches, mosques and other worship centres are to remain shut while the government reviews suggested guidelines
5 Jun 2020
There will be unusual religious gatherings when the millions of worshippers in Nigeria’s commercial capital finally return to their centres of devotion...
2 Jun 2020
Indications have emerged that churches and mosques in Lagos may not reopen soon for worshippers due to disagreement on protocols and guidelines between the state government and religious leaders.
2 Jun 2020
Places of worship such as churches and mosques are now free to reopen. But this comes with some conditions. Worshippers should wear masks...
3 May 2020
The word ‟abiding” in our present world is scarcely used. We are in a mobile world, where people are always on the go. People are constantly changing relationships, jobs and even churches.
30 Mar 2020
Mr Abdulmajid Alli, the Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) in charge of Operations, says that the Nigerian Police Force has set up an investigative team
19 Jun 2019
The Archbishop of the Metropolitan See of Lagos, Most Rev. Adewale Martins, has called on churches to adapt to modern communication system in the digital age to become relevant. In his keynote address at the maiden workshop on Communications with the theme: “The Church and Communication in a Digital Era” organised by the Catholic Directorate…
10 Feb 2019
It happens every weekend. Our congregations gather for worship, and in our pews or chairs are members who are filled with anguish but aren't talking to many people. My research is anecdotal, but I've learned several reasons that explain this reality: Some folks are embarrassed by their problems. Whatever the issue is, they would rather…
2 Dec 2018
Religious leaders have kicked against security levies imposed on churches and mosques by the Oyo State government, describing it as “unrealistic.” The state government had during a security summit held on Tuesday announced that religious organisations were also included in security levies. Churches and mosques, according to the Section 11(4) of the Security Trust Fund…

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