Covid-19: RCCG reportedly donates 11 ICU beds fully fitted with ventilators across the country
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Covid-19: RCCG reportedly donates 11 ICU beds fully fitted with ventilators across the country

- The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has contributed to easing the country’s pain during the coronavirus pandemic

- The pastor has reportedly donated 11 intensive care unit (ICU) beds, fully fitted with ventilators across the country

- This was done to help with the fight against coronavirus in the country

The coronavirus pandemic is no doubt terrorising a lot of countries in the world and no hope seems to be in sight, seeing as there is no known cure yet for the disease.

The government, as well as health organisations, have advised people to practise social distancing as well as good personal hygiene as they stay at home during this tough time.

Apart from the government, some well-meaning people have also contributed to reducing the burden and also joining this fight against coronavirus.

Just recently, it was gathered that the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has joined the fight against coronavirus.

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The pastor has reportedly donated 11 intensive care unit (ICU) beds, fully fitted with ventilators, to help fight the COVID-19.

These beds with ventilators are said to be located at Redeemers Health Care Centre, Mowe, Ogun state, LASUTH Lagos state and Plateau state specialist hospital, Jos.

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Lovely. Perhaps this act will be emulated by other men of God.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerians took to social media to react after a pastor, Matthew Ashimolowo, told his church members not to forget to pay their offerings online.

As expected, the video has caused a wide range of reactions from Nigerians. While some people feel that he was only responding to questions asked from his members, others felt it was distasteful for him to be asking for offering during these trying times.

Legit.ng also reported earlier that Pastor Adeboye's son, Leke, took to social media to react to the report that coronavirus can be transmitted through intimacy.

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According to the young man, coronavirus will let some people realise that they can be celibate and not die.

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