The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Ministerial Team on COVID-19 restriction Enforcement on Saturday shutdown activities at a popular Pentecostal church located at Jabi district in Abuja.
The team, which commenced its operation at the popular Wuse market, moved to the church following complaints that members were violating the no-church gathering rules and are holding weddings and other activities.
Upon arrival, the team which was led by The chairman, FCT traffic management task team, Ikharo Attah, addressed the gathering and subsequently dispersed the worshippers.
At the Police Quaters in Wuse Zone 6, the team stopped a large wedding reception, which was ongoing with over 300 guests.
The bride and groom were just about arriving when the team got to the scene, which was located at a residential neighbourhood.
Also at the Wuse and Dutse Alhaji markets, the team frowned at the partial compliance to the social distancing directive.
At the Utako market, it was business as usual with the team insisting that it must be shut down immediately.
The FCT Minister of State Dr Ramatu Aliyu threatened that the FCT Administration may be forced to impose curfew on the city if residents fail to comply with social distancing rule.