Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has urged religious leaders across the state to educate their followers on precautionary measures that could be adopted to as the community spreading of the Coronavirus in the state.
In a virtual meeting help with the state residential, religious leaders, Sanwo-Olu stressed that they would be able to reach their Christian and Muslim folks in the communities, thereby advising them to corporate with the government in nipping further spread of the virus.
The Lagos State governor also regretted that with the Christian and Muslim fasts may have been somehow affected by the lockdown order which unfortunately restricted movement, business and religious activities.
On his part, the state Grand Chief Imam, Sheik Suleiman Abu-Nolla said the current situation had made survival a collective responsibility, maintaining that all religion must come together to ensure the success of all efforts geared towards the survival of the state residents.
Also, his Christian counterpart, Alexander Bamgbola, Lagos State Chairman for the Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN), promised the continuous support of the Christian society in achieving prompt sensitisation of the state residents as a whole.