Tsinga Islamic Complex Reopens: Inaugural Friday Prayer hailed

The Muslim Community in Yaounde has saluted the reopening of the Tsinga Islamic Complex in Yaounde.

By 12:30pm on Friday, August 6, 2020 when afternoon prayers were called, Muslims moved to the prayer ground conscious of the need to respect barrier measures.

The Strategic Prayer ground was full with faithful each wearing a face mask and praying on a personal mask placed one meter apart.
The administrative authorities and some diplomats accredited to Yaounde took part in the ritual prayers before on the feast day.

The Divisional Officer for Yaounde II Subdivision, who ordered the reopening on the Mosque highlighted the strategic nature of the holy site which had been closed for about five months due to the COVID19 pandemic.

He said security officer have been deployed to enhance measures taken to ensure health security against COVID19. Some Muslims would could not have access into the premises because of barrier measures prayed outside the gate.

At the end of the sessions, the majority expressed the joy of coming together once again to prayer as a family. They said they prayed that the Almighty Allah will heal the land of the dreaded novel corona virus disease.

Elvis Teke

Elvis Teke

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