The Seventh Day Adventist church remains closed despite the lifting of the ban by the Government of the Country.
Some branches of the Seventh Day Adventist churches the news team visited were closed with a few engaging
it’s members through the online service.
According to the news team, not a single soul was found at the premises of the Seventh Day Adventist church despite the lifting of the ban. The News team spoke to Pastors of the Seventh Day Adventist church who indicated that the Church has agreed to close churches to its members in order to adequately prepare for the safety protocols as
prescribed by the government. More so the various church premises are to be fumigated with it’s compounds
disinfected to stop spread Covid-19 when churches are opened to its members later.
The Seventh Day Adventist church leaders added that preparations are still ongoing to purchase hand sanitizers, Rubbing alcohols, Tissues and Victoria buckets for the various branches before church can open.However most churches are ready to open their premises to its members tomorrow for church service to go on. Most churches have laid down protocols to help stop the spread of COVID-19 among its members.
A committee have been set up by various churches who are tasked to ensure the laid down rules prescribed by the
President regarding the opening of churches are strictly followed through to curb the spread of COVID-19.