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COZA to hold Sunday service amidst Covid-19 pandemic, Nigerians outraged

by Ayodeji Onibalusi
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Reports reaching OYOGist.com reveal that the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) will hold regular Sunday service in Abuja tomorrow 22nd February, causing panic amongst Nigerians.

The church plans to hold its regular Sunday service in its fully-packed Abuja auditorium, after getting a “directive from the FCT minister.”

The founder of the church, Biodun Fatoyinbo, shared the message on Instagram telling his followers that there would be electronic thermometers, sanitizers, and space between worshippers.

The Federal Government and several state governments have banned large gatherings of more than 50 persons, especially at religious places of worship to curb the spread of Covid-19.

https://oyogist.com/2020/03/house-of-reps-bans-all-open-gathering/

Nigerians, perceiving this as reckless, both on the part of the FCT minister and the church, have taken to social media to express their anger towards the decision.

See how Nigerians are reacting to the decision of COZA to hold a Sunday church service amidst coronavirus pandemic.

https://twitter.com/djsheylex/status/1241454734378250242?s=20
https://twitter.com/ayemojubar/status/1241467399179821058?s=20
https://twitter.com/DrOlufunmilayo/status/1241473261617262596?s=20

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