Muslim group frowns at mosques’ closure

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MUSLIM group identified as Lajnatud Daawah has registered its displeasure over the prolonged closure of mosques, ban of Eid prayer in proper congregation in many states.

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In a communique signed by the leader of Lajnatud Daawah, Mallam Kasim Amin Umar after a critical meeting to address the negative effects of COVID-19 on religious and socio-economic activities,  the  group said the fundamental rights to choose, practice and preach any given religious persuasion as enshrined in the constitution is withheld by the state government.


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