Senator Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has kept up that strict focuses and occasion focuses in the state stayed shut.
The Federal Government on June 1 lifted the restriction on mosques and places of worship in the nation after certain long stretches of conclusion as a component of measures to check the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The state Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Olawale Fapohunda, had said a board of trustees set up by the state government would work out modalities for the reviving of the spots of love.
Be that as it may, in a report on Wednesday, the state Commissioner for Information and Values Orientation, Muyiwa Olumilua, said in an explanation that the prohibition on mosques, holy places, and other open places in the state is as yet viable.
He stated, “The consideration of the Government of Ekiti State has been attracted to the evident negligence by certain occupants for the Executive Order 7 mandate, restricting open get-togethers bigger than 20 people, be it social, political, or strict occasions in the state.
“Individuals from general society are encouraged to observe that however development and business exercises are permitted from Monday to Friday, the prohibition on huge get-togethers is still in power in the state.
“Nightfall to sunrise check in time, between state travel, and the restriction on get-togethers like birthday celebrations, strict social affairs (in holy places and mosques), celebrations, ideological group gatherings or rallies, just as some other get-together of in excess of 20 people, have not been lifted in Ekiti State.
“Inhabitants are additionally encouraged to assume individual liability for their assurance while approaching their day by day obligations, by watching preventive proportions of washing of hands every now and again with cleanser under running water, wearing face covers, and keeping up social removing.”
The official noticed that defaulters would be arraigned, as the state government is focused on shortening the spread of the infection in the state.