By Bashir Bello
In the face of the continuous lockdown occasioned by the Covid-19, the Kano State Council of Ulama’s have demanded to know it fate from the government on whether it will be allowed to conduct or observe the Eid congregational prayers or not which marks the end of the Muslim Ramadan fast.
Recall that government had banned all forms of large crowd gathering including Friday Jumaat congregational prayers and worship in Churches, shut down markets, offices and schools among others to curtail the spread the novel coronavirus disease in the state.
The Council’s Chairman, Sheikh Ibrahim Khalil in a communique issued at the end of an emergency meeting held by the council in the state said the government should make it stand known on the congregational prayer particularly that their various followers have continued to ask them whether or not they will conduct the prayers.
Sheikh Khalil further said a lot of it members have frowned at the decision of the…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper