Gambia’s leader Adama Barrow has moments ago imposed a ban public prayers.
It follows the surge of the coronavirus pandemic which has affected over four hundred thousands with over twenty-five thousands deaths registered globally.
Gambia have just thirty people tested out of which three turned positive with one dying consequently amid fears of a likely fourth case- emerging in coming days
A public health emergence has been announced beginning today as government take swift actions towards containing the dreaded disease prominent of which is banning public prayer.
The development comes barely days after the Supreme Islamic Council urged for mosques be closed – a directive a good chunk of imams in the country snubbed.
Addressing the nation, the property-seller-turned statesman also ordered for bars, cafeteria, Swimming pools, night clubs be shut.