- Hilda Dokubo recently clapped back at a follower who criticized her over her recent post on coronavirus
- The veteran actress had earlier challenged pastors with healing powers to help fight the battle against the virus
- A follower slammed her for daring to challenge men of God, saying that's how celebrities go down with terminal illnesses
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how Nollywood veteran, Hilda Dokubo, took to the social media platform to call on pastors who believe they have spiritual healing powers to go into hospitals and heal people infected with coronavirus.
Well, while many people agreed with her, this didn't seem to sit well with other people as they felt she was challenging men chosen by God to lead.
A particular follower identified on Instagram as @katchychoco replied her post: "@hildadokubo you’re already challenging God and his healing powers by making this statement. You won’t be focused keep mocking Christianity that’s why most celebrities like you end with one terminal sickness with no human even help (sic).”
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Rather than go into a tirade, Dokubo simply replied: “@katchychoco “how bad is your terminal disease?”
The Nollywood star did not stop there. She went on to make another post, warning people to take the virus seriously as it has claimed the lives of many with others still struggling.
She also expressed her disinterest in the people who hate her for speaking up the way she did and invited people to join her in an online Bible study.
She wrote: "Do not allow anyone put your life at risk. You are important to your friends and family. #covid19 coronavirus, covidivorce codiliadriveus kovis one nine whichever way you know it, is real and it's here. It's a global crisis. Many have died. Many are battling with life, social distancing, selfisolating and personal hygiene plus drinking warm water every 15minutes are some of the ways you can work with God to preserve you at this trying moment.
Feel free to hate me for being honest. I frankly don't care as long as you stay at home in safety and save all who know you from worrying."
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Meanwhile, the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, has issued a spiritual warrant for the arrest of coronavirus.
Oba Akanbi in a statement shared to his Instagram, pronounced the arrest of the deadly virus through his office with the ultimatum of 16-day for the menace to vacate the world.
According to the traditional ruler, the virus has done a lot of damages to the world's economy and has wasted lives, noting the responsibility is now on those who believe in God, to seek divine intervention that could nip the menace in the bud.
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