The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Osman Nuhu Sharubutu is being cautious to protect the lives of the Muslim flock he leads.
In a statement, the leader of the Muslim community in Ghana has asked Muslims to hold on with Friday prayers.
This comes after President Akufo Addo eased restrictions on public gatherings to allow for some religious activities to take place.
The Minister of Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs … also shared a detailed guideline mosques and churches must follow in order to hold services.
Owing to the possibility of a lot of people attending Friday mosque for the first time in a long time, the National Chief Imam has asked the various Imams in some of the major mosques to hold on with Friday prayers until further notice.
His request is in line with other cautious decisions taken by some leaders in the Christian faith who have also decided to continue with the virtual church services as it was done during the lockdown period.
Pastor Mensa Otabil’s International Central Gospel Church, Maker’s House Chapel International, Empowerment Worship Center are among some of the churches who have decided to continue with virtual service and keep their doors closed come Sunday.
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