- A market survey conducted by YEN.com.gh has had many Ghanaians beseeching Nana to change to rule for churches to operate for only an hour
- According to most of the interviewees, church service entails so much that can simply not fit in 1-hour no-matter how it is handled
- President Nana Akufo-Addo instituted the '1-hour' policy for churches in a bid to help contain the spread of COVID-19 in the country
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A section of Ghanaians has been reacting to the president's order for churches to operate for only one hour in each session as a measure to help contain COVID-19 spread.
This was during a market survey that was conducted by YEN TV to gather views on how Ghanaians think the measure would help them or otherwise.
Although there have been people supporting the president's order that one hour is enough to have a church service, most people have been reacting in the negative.
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The most resounding assertion made by most of the interviewees has been that a single hour is not enough for praises, worship, testimonies, sermon and offertory.
According to most of the people interviewed, there is virtually no point in going to the church when there would not be sufficient time to partake in the various aspects that make the church what it is.
Funnily enough, one lady indicated that the testimony of a single person is usually more than even 30 minutes which means only two of that would exhaust the entire hour.
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Meanwhile, the entire number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ghana has jumped once again but this time by 304, moving the figure to 11,422 from the previous 11,118.
Sadly, the number of people who have died due to the coronavirus has also increased from the previous 48 to 51 which means three more people have succumbed.
This has been according to the latest update by the Disease Surveillance Department of the Ghana Health Service on June 14, 2020.
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