Nigerian pastor tells congregation coronavirus does not exist in Nigeria

Nigerian pastor tells congregation coronavirus does not exist in Nigeria

- A Nigerian pastor has told his congregation that coronavirus does not exist in Nigeria

- The pastor identified as Talknado claimed that coronavirus cannot survive in Nigeria

- Talknado said the country has corrosive anointing and coronavirus cannot stand against Nigeria’s anointing

A Nigerian pastor identified as Talknado has held a service this Sunday, March 22, talking to his congregation about the coronavirus pandemic. The pastor claims that the virus has not entered Nigeria because it cannot survive in the country.

In a video now circulating social media, the man of God was heard saying that the virus does not stand a chance against Nigeria’s corrosive anointing. He said once the virus enters Nigeria it would stop all over the world.

The pastor continued as his congregation cheered and hailed him. He said Nigerians have been lied to because the Italian man who allegedly brought the virus to Nigeria was not shown to the people.

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He also said the government lied that the virus needs to be treated with N620 million. He joked saying that someone had a meeting with the virus and it told the person the amount that is needed to eradicate it.

Talknado even chastised his fellow pastors who are changing prayer points for coronavirus. He added that God would not give Nigeria a disease that takes both the lives of the good and bad. He said Nigeria is number one right now because the virus can not enter the country.

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Meanwhile, a correspondent recently went out to speak with some residents in Abuja about the pandemic virus and one of the respondents confidently said that coronavirus only affects rich people.

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The unidentified man said that the deadly virus does not affect poor people because they do not have the money to treat it. The man compared the lifestyle of the rich and poor, noting that the rich are more vulnerable to the disease.

“I don’t receive AC. I walk under the sun from morning till evening. We are very strong, so, I’m not afraid of coronavirus,” the man told The unnamed man attributed the pandemic to bad leadership but maintained his stance about the pandemic affecting rich people. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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