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    Covid 19 FG Directive: Osun to meet with religious leaders

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    Following the new directives of the Federal Government to further ease lockdown to curb the spread of coronavirus,  Osun State Government is set to meet with religious leaders across the State to work out the modalities for the reopening of worship centres.
    In a statement signed by the State Commissioner for Information and Civic Orientation, Mrs Funke Egbemode, the meeting with religious leaders becomes imperative to ensure proper implementation of the new set of guidelines.
    The statement read in part: “While we appreciate the patience of the citizens of the State of Osun so far, we are using this medium to urge citizens and residents not to be too anxious to assert the liberties contained in the new guidelines, so that we do not lose the gains that we have made over the last few weeks.”
    “Although the Federal Government’s new set of guidelines takes effect from June 2nd 2020, the State Government is appealing to the citizens and residents of the State to exercise some patience, while it holds meetings with religious leaders across the State to work out the modalities for the reopening of worship centres”, it was added.

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