Coronavirus: Bishop Sam Zuga says no virus can survive in his body

Coronavirus: Bishop Sam Zuga says no virus can survive in his body

- Sam Zuga has announced that people infected with the dreaded coronavirus should be brought to him for healing

- The popular man of God made this known at the healing crusade organised to sensitize people about coronavirus in Yola, Adamawa

- Zuga also explained why he is not afraid of the deadly virus which has claimed thousands of lives

Bishop Sam Zuga of House of Joy ministry and founder of both Samzuga free medical treatment and Samzuga international has left many of his followers with high hopes after he offered to treat anyone infected with the coronavirus.

The man of God revealed this during a healing crusade organised to sensitize people about coronavirus also known as COVID-19, in Yola, Adamawa state.

Reiterating his willingness to heal anyone infected with the deadly virus, Zuga shed more light on why he is not afraid of it.

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The bishop said: “No virus can survive in my body, my body is the temple of God, it can’t accommodate anything called virus. Coronavirus is not different from other diseases God has been using me to heal. A virus cannot decide for me. I can stay at home when I want, not when corona is giving orders."

Below is a video of the man of God anointing his followers at the crusade:

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Meanwhile, Nigerian comedian, Ali Baba, has taken to social media to warn people against exposing themselves to the deadly COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.

In a recent post, he warned people not to be deceived by pastors who claim to have the powers to cure the virus. The veteran comedian said this as he advised people to remain at home and protect themselves.

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He continued in the caption: "Stay safe. Don't test God. You can not be holier than the Pope and other senior pastors. They have all said stay at home, away from exposing yourself to contamination and pray. Don't try to impress anyone with your faith. Be guided."

In other news, controversial Nigerian media personality, Daddy Freeze, has taken to social media to make jest of Nigerians partaking in the now trending challenge, #hesgotthewholewordchallenge on social media.

The challenge which entails people recording themselves singing the popular Christian song, He's Got The Whole World, was started by Tyler Perry following the coronavirus pandemic, and many Nigerians seem to have picked it up.

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