A professor at the University of Ghana Kodjo Sena has urged Christians and Muslims in the country to stay home and worship from there despite the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions on religious activities by President Akufo-Addo.
According to him, the church and mosques could become avenues for the spread of the deadly coronavirus if care is not taken.
“People should stay at home, wherever you are you can pray and God will listen. We don’t want the mosque and churches to be another avenue for coronavirus spread. We don’t need to congregate for God to listen. God will listen to you anywhere,” he told Francis Abban on the Morning Starr Tuesday.
It comes after government on Monday outlined protocols for resumption of churches and mosques beginning coming Friday.