Following the COVID19 instruction given by the governments that the Christian leadership throughout the country should not hold a New Year crossover services, the RCCG has announced the cancellation of its 2020/2021 cross over service.
According to Rev Samson Ayokunle, President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), the association understood that the coronavirus pandemic has put the world in an unpleasant situation. Hence the reason whyn RCCG urged its members to link with the virtual service of the church.
He added that the January Holy Ghost Service (the first of the year 2021) which is going to take place on Friday, January 8, would be conducted virtually.
Members have however been informed to tune in to Dove TV as well as other electronic media to connect directly with both the End of Year message of General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye as well as other aspects of the crossover program.
Kemi Filani recalls that on Tuesday, December 29, 2020, Nigeria registered 749 new COVID cases, just about twice the 397 confirmed on Monday.
Three deaths, two in Abuja and one in Kano, were also reported, raising the national death toll to 1,267. Abuja has a death toll of 101.
Nigeria’s Covid cases never followed a normal course, despite warnings by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control that COVID-19 cases would shot up in January.