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Apostle Eric Nyamekye says No church service till safety protocols are observed

Individuals from the Church of Pentecost have been coordinated to keep revering at home for in any event the following fourteen days. 

The mandate originated from the Chairman of the Church, Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye, who said administration can continue simply after June 19. 

This, he stated, is intended to give the different congregations time to set up all wellbeing measures in front of the arrival of devotees. 

In spite of the fact that the prohibition on holy places and mosque social affairs has been lifted, the administration has delineated some security conventions that must be followed. 

In a roundabout gave on Saturday, Apostle Nyamekye said the congregation needs to guarantee that all individuals are sheltered when they assemble to cooperation. 

"The Executive Council coordinates that under the oversight of Area Heads, District Pastors and the individual presbyteries, the different congregations utilize the following fourteen days to find a way to meet the full necessities/conventions for the incomplete opening of gatherings for chapel services," the proclamation said. 

"In this way, the congregations might be opened on or after June 19, 2020, and that administrations in chapel structures should begin in gatherings just when sufficient arrangement has been made to fulfill the necessary conventions." 

Missionary Nyamekye said all congregations of the congregation must ensure tthey consent to wellbeing conventions before continuing cooperation. 

These incorporate framing a COVID-19 taskforce to administer the consistence of the security conventions by individuals.

He included that all holy places must be treated, must give veronica basins to encourage washing of hands and should likewise give thermometer firearms or warm scanners to check the temperature of gatherers at passage focuses

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