By; MOHAMMED KAWU, Bauchi
A Group, Christians Solidarity Movement on COVID+19 (CSCOVID 19 ) has commended the Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Muhammad Abdulkadir for lifting the lockdown and ban on congregational prayers in the state.
Leader of the group, Pastor Zakka Magaji made the commendation Friday in Bauchi during the inauguration of the media sub- committee of the movement.
Magaji, represented by the Secretary of the movement, Mr. Francis Azubuike, specifically commmended Governor Mohammed for his proactive response to Coronavirus in the state, saying all directives and decisions of administration have so far demonstrated human face and carried stakeholders along.
Magaji gave reason behind the formation of the movement, as to complement the efforts of the governor in his giant stride towards tackling the spread of the virus.
He explained that the Christians Solidarity Movement on COVID19 19 has embarked on awareness campaign within and outside the state to educate the citizens to observe frequent use of facemask, hand washing and social distancing so as to protect them from the virus..
Pastor Zakka Magaji said despite the meagre resources at the disposal of the government, Governor Bala Mohammad effectively tackled cases of COVID19 to the barest minimum, urging him to maintain the tempo.
He therefore enjoined citizens particularly Christians in the state to intensify prayers for God’s protection over the state and the country at large.
The COVID19 movement charged the media team to demonstrate high level of professionalism and commitment to serve in the group by educating the people of the state particularly those at the grassroots to observe social distancing during worship and the use facemask.
Responding on behalf of the Media committee, the Chairman, Honourable Ayuba Hankali, pledeged to justify the confidence repose on them by using the platform to serve the purpose of its establishment.
He also enjoined citizens in the state to support the movement towards achieving the desired goals.