Coronavirus: God told me there'll be compulsory holiday - Pastor Adeboye

Coronavirus: God told me there'll be compulsory holiday - Pastor Adeboye

- Pastor Enoch Adeboye has released a prophecy about coronavirus as it affects the entire world

- The RCCG general overseer said that God gave him a revelation concerning the virus earlier in 2020

- The famous Christian cleric on Sunday, March 22, declared that the pandemic came to prove to the world that God is all-powerful

The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Adejare Adeboye, has opened up on a revelation given to him by God concerning the spread of coronavirus.

Adeboye on Sunday, March 22, said that God had told him earlier in 2020 that the outbreak of the virus will bring about a compulsory holiday all over the world, The News Nigeria reports.

The renowned cleric revealed: “God said there will be a compulsory holiday. The closest we had like that was during 9-11.”

The RCCG head pastor said that the pandemic will become history only when God succeeds in making the world understand that he is sovereign over all human affairs.

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Meanwhile, reported that since the confirmation of the index case of the novel coronavirus in Lagos, the Nigerian government had been telling the citizens not to panic, given assurance that everything was under control.

However, as the number of Covid-19 cases in the country increases, Nigerians put pressure on the federal government to restrict movements into the country.

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The Nigerian government responded by placing a travel ban on countries with over 1,000 confirmed Covid-19 cases, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

Nevertheless, Nigerians appear to be demanding more now as the Federal Ministry of Health confirmed 10 new cases in the noon of Saturday, March 21, bring the total confirmed cases in the country to 22. According to the health minister, Dr Osagie Ehanire, Lagos has 16 cases, FCT 3, Ekiti 1 and Ogun 2.

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The confirmation of the 10 new cases had got Nigerians reacting on Twitter, asking the government to do more to contain the virus.

In another post, reported that the government of Ghana had confirmed the death of a 61-year-old Lebanese man who was said to have exhibited symptoms of coronavirus before his demise.

Alex Abban, the deputy health minister of west African country, confirming the report on Saturday, March 21, revealed that the deceased man was tested positive at a health facility in Kumasi. ( -> Same great journalism, upgraded for better service!

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