The Ogun State Police Command have arrested a yet to be identified pastor of The Apostolic Church in Sagamu, Ogun State for disobeying the stay at home order of the State Government amid coronavirus outbreak, Afriupdate reports.
This is coming hours after Ogun state government banned large gatherings in places like cinemas, churches, mosques, sports arena, restaurants and night clubs for the next 30 days as parts of effort to curtail the spread of deadly Coronavirus in the state.
This was made known to the public in a video shared by Ogun state government official Facebook page.
As the global fight against the virus continues, infections continue to multiply worldwide.
Restrictions in the U.S. have triggered job layoffs and have forced school closures and cancellations of worship services, weddings, sporting and other events.
On Saturday evening, the global count of infected cases was more than 304,000, according to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center.
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