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Adeboye Speaks On Church buildings, Mosques Lockdown Extension

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the Common Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has backed the extension of lockdown ease of worship facilities to curb the unfold of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Talking in the course of the July Holy Ghost Service broadcasted on Dove tv, Pastor Adeboye stated the church would abide by the principles issued by the federal or state authorities.

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The favored cleric who stated the church would come out victorious assured Christians that the lockdown would develop into a time of larger blessings.

“If individuals know that this lockdown will result in larger achievement and prosperity, they may embrace it with pleasure.

“God has been nearer to somebody extra on this lockdown than ever,” Adeboye stated.

Naija Information studies that the Nigeria Centre for Illness Management (NCDC) has reported recent 603 circumstances of Coronavirus in Nigeria.

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The NCDC confirmed the brand new 603 circumstances of Coronavirus in Nigeria in a sequence of tweets on the micro-blogging website, Twitter on Saturday night, July 4.

In accordance with the NCDC, of the 4 hundred and fifty-four new coronavirus circumstances recorded on Saturday night, 135 had been recorded in Lagos, Nigeria’s business metropolis, Edo-87 FCT-73 Rivers-67 Delta-62 Ogun-47 Kaduna-20 Plateau-19 Osun-17 Ondo-16 Enugu-15 Oyo-15 Borno-13 Niger-6 Nasarawa-Four Kebbi-Three Kano-2 Sokoto-1 Abia-1, southeast Nigeria.

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The NCDC tweeted: 603 new circumstances of #COVID19Nigeria; Lagos-135 Edo-87 FCT-73 Rivers-67 Delta-62 Ogun-47 Kaduna-20 Plateau-19 Osun-17 Ondo-16 Enugu-15 Oyo-15 Borno-13 Niger-6 Nasarawa-Four Kebbi-Three Kano-2 Sokoto-1 Abia-1 28,167 confirmed 11,462 discharged 634 deaths,” the tweet added.

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