COVID-19: Adamawa CAN Directs Churches To Suspend Sunday Services Indefinitely

The CAN chairman also called on proprietors of all Christian schools to obey the state government order by closing their schools on or before Friday 27, March 2020.

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Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN) Adamawa State chapter, has called on all Churches in the state to suspend Sunday services till further notice.

The Adamawa State chairman of CAN and Catholic Bishop of Yola, Most Rev. Dr. Stephen Dami Mamza, in a press statement, also called on proprietors of all Christian schools to obey the state government order by closing their schools on or before Friday 27, March 2020.

“We urge all Christians and all people of goodwill to duly observe the following adjustments we have made regarding our worship and activities:

We ask proprietors of all Christian Schools to comply with the government directives by closing all Christian schools on or before Friday 27th March 2020.

“We encourage smaller units of congregational assemblies of 50 people only. We recommend the suspension of Sunday Services and Masses until further notice.”

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