- Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has opened up on his coronavirus status
- Akeredolu said that he needed to go for a test after attending a meeting with some persons who have also done the same
- However, the governor stated clearly that he does not have any of the symptoms of the disease
The governor of Ondo state, Rotimi Akeredolu, on Wednesday, March 25, made some revelation on his health status in relation to coronavirus.
Akeredolu said that he has volunteered to submit himself for a test to be sure about his health condition.
The Ondo governor stated that this became necessary after he attended a meeting with some persons who have already subjected themselves to the same procedure, although the results proved negative.
However, the governor made it clear that he has none of the symptoms of the pandemic which has spread to many countries, including Nigeria.
He also promised all who are interested to know that the result of the test will be made public once it is out.
In a statement released by Maximus Ugwuoke, AMEN's spokesperson, Mbaka called on Nigerians to put their faith in God instead of responding to the virus with fear.
The Christian cleric said that God will bring healing to the world, as people all over the world, especially in the country engage in fasting and prayers.
The statement partly read: “Fr Mbaka enjoins all to continue to keep believing in the healing and miraculous power of God that He has continued to demonstrate among us and increase our faith in the healing blood of Jesus."
Also, Legit.ng reported that the general overseer of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has given a prophetic declaration on the global pandemic called coronavirus.
Speaking at a service held in Canaanland, Ota in Ogun state, on Sunday, March 22, Oyedepo said that God has a solution for the virus.
The cleric said: “Plagues cannot stop us. Coronavirus cannot stop God’s children, but I assure you that the solution will be found this week."
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