Church women spotted lying on the road in Benue, praying against coronavirus

Church women spotted lying on the road in Benue, praying against coronavirus

- A Facebook user recently took to the platform to share some interesting photos

- Identified as Onah Blessed Emmanuel, he shared photos of some church women praying against coronavirus

- Emmanuel who captured the women lying on the bare ground revealed he joined them in prayers

As the battle against coronavirus continues to intensify with more confirmed cases across the country, many people have resorted to spiritual means to fight the deadly disease.

Photos of a group of Methodist women praying against the virus have since gone viral on social media after it was captured and shared by a Facebook user, Onah Blessed Emmanuel.

The group of women in uniform Ankara print are seen lying flat on the bare ground as they prayed against the virus, killings in Benue and for the protection of the Benue people.

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Emmanuel who was on a journey revealed he joined them in prayers and the women were pleased by this and also prayed upon his life.

Part of the post reads: "They called on God to put an end to coronavirus. They asked God to preserve Igede sons and daughters and bless them wherever they are.

They prayed for Governor Samuel Ortom and the people of Benue State. They begged God to stop the killings in Benue and in other parts of the country."

See post below:

Meanwhile, as the spread of coronavirus also known as COVID-19 continues to spread across Nigeria, many citizens have been thrown into fear at what to expect.

For abroad-based gay rights activist Bisi Alimi however, it appears he knows exactly what to expect and seems to have taken necessary measures to prepare for the worst.

According to him, he recently had a difficult conversation with his aged parents over the continuous spread of the virus which has claimed thousands of lives.

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Still on coronavirus, many people have resorted to the blame games on social media.

Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, recently took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to express her anger at China over the outbreak of coronavirus.

The controversial media personality seemed to be of the opinion that the virus was gotten from animals as she advised them to stop eating certain animals.

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