Lagos State University (LASU) Muslim Community has suspended Jumah service at the varsity’s central mosque as part of measures to combat the spread of COVID-19.
A statement on Wednesday said the decision was taken due to members’ poor response to basic health protocols.
“This is to inform us all that after a careful review of the situation of things in our mosque, through series of executive meetings, with regards to the second wave of COVID – 19 Pandemic and the poor response of members to basic guidelines/protocols, the management of Lagos State University Muslim Community hereby directs that henceforth, the Jumah Service be suspended in the LASU Central Mosque until further notice.
“We pray to Allah to help heal our world! Thanks. Secretary,” the statement reads.