Nigerian Mosques Hold Communal Ramadan Prayers, With Safety Measures in Place

April 27, 2021 10:48 AM
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For a second year Nigeria's Muslim population, the largest in West Africa, is celebrating the holy month of Ramadan under the cloud of COVID-19. Nigeria's mosques have resumed communal prayers and daily fast-breaking, which were banned last year, raising concerns among health officials. Timothy Obiezu reports from the capital, Abuja.

Camera: Emekas Gibson  
Producer: Barry Unger