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Good News For Christians In Lagos As Sanwo-Olu Takes New Decision On Crossover Night Service

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Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Lagos State

The Lagos State government has taken a new decision on December 31, 2020 cross service, The Guardian reports.

The Lagos state government has said that the service can go on but insists that the worship must end by 12.15 a.m and all necessary measures must be put in place.

This was confirmed yesterday, in a statement released by Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Lagos state chairman, Bishop Stephen Adegbite.

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He said the timing was in deference to Federal Government’s existing curfew to check the COVID-19 pandemic.

He advised members who could not return home to remain within the premises till 4:00a.m. when the restriction elapses.

Adegbite pleaded with worship centres to observe extant safety measures, pleading that infections should be promptly reported to relevant authorities.

This will come as good news for most Christians in the state as they will have the opportunity to give thanks to their maker alongside their fellow brethren after going through a tough year.

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