Two days after the Gambia government announced the easing of COVID-19 restrictions with the reopening of places of worship, and schools, congregation prayers have also begun in the country.
Mosques in different parts of the country have since March suspended operation thanks to the emergency declaration by the head of state.
The Imaam Ratib of Banjul, Cherno Alieu Mass Kah returned to the usual Friday prayers at the King Fahad mosque in the capital Banjul.
The reopening of places of worship followed a wave of concerns from mainly the Muslim community on the lack of access to the mosques for daily prayers and that of the weekly mass congregation.
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