Barely few weeks announcement coming from president mohammadu Buhari to gradually unwind the process of the lockdown as a result of the pandemic that has been ravaging the world and killing people, and as means of reintegrating every activity back into its normal shape throughout the country, urban Express-New Online gathered that one of the organisations that were restricted at that time, being the Christian Association of Nigeria is planning to hold a virtual meeting today as part of its plans, keying into the unwinding process the federal government had given as Directives to those restricted at the initial stage in reintegrating itself back to society.
Recall that the presidential Taskforce which the president had given a responsibility to handle the modalities of those wanting to reintegrate back to the societies has said there must be a guideline which is expected to be submitted to the National Centre for Disease and Control.
To this end, the apex Christian group’s meeting may be unconnected to this development as means of meeting with the required guidelines for the reopening of the church in the federation as enumerated by the presidential task force On Covid-19 that faith-based organizations’ including churches and mosques to submit guidelines for reopening to the NCDC to review and advise them.
The Special Assistant On Media and communication to CAN President, Adebayo Oladeji in an interview with some selected journalists in Abuja said the association was working on the guidelines.
An official who wants to remain anonymous told our correspondent that the virtual meeting is closely related to the guidelines on modalities to follow after the lockdown is lifted.
There will be a clearer picture later today (Wednesday). After the consultation with the leaders of the blocs in CAN, a virtual meeting would hold. Perhaps, the online meeting on Wednesday (today) would lead to the constitution of a committee that would make a recommendation on the final steps to be taken.