Gov. Abiodun Reopens Religious Centres, Schools Aug 14 But No Hugging, Handshake

The state governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, announced the reopening on Wednesday, when he addressed a press conference at his Oke-Mosan office.

Governor Abiodun said the school reopening, which takes effect on August 4 is for students in SSS3 classes.

Abiodun also announced automatic promotions for students in all classes.

He said worship centres will reopen on August 14, with strict adherence to specified guidelines.

The governor also reiterated that weekend lockdown will continue till August 14 when churches and mosques are expected to open for worshippers.

Meanwhile, congregational prayer will not be allowed during the Eid-el-Kabir, as the governor advised Muslim faithful to avoid large gatherings and observe social distancing while they celebrate Sallah

Ogun Covid 19 update

Friday 14th of August, tentative date for the opening of Religious Centers, Duration of 1hr:30mins

No form of Eid Prayer in Ogun, observe prayers at home.

Weekend lockdown continues till 14th of August.

Wearing Facemasks is now compulsory in public, offenders to be jailed 6months.

No gathering or partying of more than 20 People till 14th of August

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Schools are to resume on the 4th of August for SSS 3 Students alone.

All Students in Ogun Schools to enjoy automatic promotion to the next class, meaning no third term examination.

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