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Sunday, August 16, 2020

RCCG Aglow With Joy As Churches In Ogun Resume Service

       
       

•RCCG, Mount Zion Santuary, Idi Aba

From Ayobami Ife, Abeokuta

Christians in Ogun State observed Sunday worship in various churches in Abeokuta, the state capital, and other places after   months of ban on religious gathering by the state government following the dreadful COVID - 19 pandemic.

The Daily Crucible monitored the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Mount Zion Santuary, Abeokuta, Ogun Province 15, and observed that congregants in their numbers, followed  the safe physical distance and other Coronavirus protocols as prescribed by the Ogun State Government, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and the Presidential Task Force (PTF). 

They enforced the 'No face mask, no entry to church auditorium' rule on all members.

Also, at the entrance, each of the enthusiastic church members - old and new, had the temperature checked with infarred thermometre before entry.

They were also made to wash their hands with soap from running water kept at different strategic points to ensure nobody misses a chance to use the facility.

Inside the church auditorium, parents sat close to their wards/children for easy easy control and supervision.

Our Reporter learnt that it was part of measures put in place by the Pastor In - Charge - of Ogun Province 15, Pastor Abiodun Adeniyi to enhance seamless service.

The faces of the worshippers were aglow with joy for the opportunity to resume Sunday service again after months of lull.

They expressed gratitude to God for keeping members and their families safe from the pandemic.

The Congregation also prayed that the doors of the church shall not be shut again.

Also, the Communion Faith Assembly, Abeokuta, where the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Chairman in Ogun State, Bishop Tunde Akin - Akinsanya, is the founder, Sunday service took place with the Bishop  leading the congregation to observe the safety guidelines.

Similarly, at Sagamu, the Headquarters of Antioch Assembly, the founder, Apostle David Bello Otaru, who doubles as the State Chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Ogun State chapter, and his wife were sighted leading by example as they submitted for infarred thermometre temperature check even as they washed their hands before entry to the church auditorium for the service.



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