- A Nigerian businessman identified as Ayo Bankole has declared himself a fan of MFM
- Bankole said that the church sent back its members from worshipping on Sunday, March 22
- The businessman explained that the Pentecostal denomination also gave the members sanitisers and anointing oil
In a bid to curb the further spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the Nigerian government banned the gathering of a large number of people. The government explained that social distancing has to be maintained to ensure that people do not contract the virus.
In some states in the country, gatherings beyond 20 people were not allowed. As a result of this ban, churches were told not to hold services especially if they have a large number of congregants and if they must hold, the number of people in attendance must not be more than 20.
Despite this law, some Nigerians were bent on going to church and some churches also opened.
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A businessman identified as Ayo Bankole took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to hail the Mountain of Fire Miracles Ministries (MFM) for obeying the government’s order on putting a hold on their service on Sunday, March 22.
Bankole explained that he told his mother not to go to church but she insisted that 50 people could hold a service, so, she went to church. However, she returned not quite long to say that her church turned members back.
He noted that his mother said that the church gave members sanitisers and anointing oil before telling them to go back to their various homes.
Following this, Bankole declared himself a fan of the church.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria's coronavirus patients increased to 30 after NCDC confirmed three new cases. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) reported that there were three new cases of coronavirus in Nigeria. The NCDC via its official Twitter account revealed that the confirmed cases were from Lagos state and it brought the total number of cases to 30. From the tweet, NCDC stated that as at 05:28 pm, the two out of the cases were returning travellers while the third was a contact of a confirmed case.
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