The National Chief of Ghana Muslims, Sheikh Dr Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has cautioned Imams of Major mosques in Ghana against holding Jumu’a Salat in their mosques come Friday.
Though the President of Ghana has eased restrictions on religious activities to allow 100 people in mosques and churches, the Chief imams has advised imams to hold on and not hold Friday Jumu’a Salat in mosques.
This detective is to prevent overcrowding in mosques which wouldn’t be good in the nation’s fight against the spread of coronavirus.
Hold on with Friday prayers until further notice – National Chief Imam cautions Imams of major mosques in Ghana:
Part of the notice released by the office of the Chief Imam reads;
(a) In view of the high risk of losing control of huge congregational sizes, pursuant to the
directive of the president limiting the number of worshipers to hundred (100) Jumu’a Salat
in major Masjid (Mosques) Particularly in urban areas, should be discouraged until further.