Religious Centres have been urged to ensure strict compliance to the guidelines of NCDC on Covid 19 while observing their religious activities.
Guests on National Perspectives a kapital FM current Affairs programme stated this while discussing on the impact of Covid 19 on worship Centres across the country.
One of the guests, the Senior Pastor of Help From Above Healing and Deliverance Ministry Worldwide, Pastor Godwin Ube urged religious leaders to work harmoniously to curb the rising cases of societal vices in the country.
Pastor Ube while appealing to Christian faithful explained that the proper upbringing of children would help to reduce crime in the society.
He urged Christians to love one another irrespective of tribe or religion addind that Christians need the weapons of love and faith to survive dangerous time confronting the nation and globe.
“Love is preservative of life and an antidote to death, Christians need to develop their faith not only for the proof of spirituality but to guarantee their security” Ube stressed.
Pastor Ube who explained that the present situation calls for fervent prayers and not relaxation or hating one another appealed to Christians to dedicate more time to prayers and ensure that they live in conformity with the holy spirit.
Another Guest the National coordinator of Islamic Family Foundation Mallam Musa Daudu said it was the responsibility of religious and Other leaders to teach their followers good moral standards.
The Islamic Cleric also advised on the need to maintain personal hygiene and physical distancing while observing their prayers to contain the spread of the disease.
He also called on the Federal government to open up religious centers to enable worshippers intercede on behalf of the nation over the Covid-19 pandemic ravaging the world.
Mallam Dauda therefore appealed to Nigerians to be more godly in the discharge of their duties and also pray for Allah’s Divine intervention on the spread of the pandemic.