- A pastor, Mboro, in South Africa has said that he would confront the devil who caused coronavirus in hell
- The clergyman said that he would need $100,000 (N36,700,000) to be able to do that as he would need transport
- Pastor Mboro added that there no need for a scientific solution to the pandemic as the devil is behind it all
A South African clergyman, Pastor Mboro, has reportedly said that he would go to hell and fight the devil behind the coronavirus outbreak.
According to several reports online, including Nigerian Guardian, the pastor said that it would do so if he is offered the sum of $100,000 (N36,700,000) to cover his transports.
In a quote by the same newspaper, he said: "I am ready to save mankind. I have seen a vision of how the Coronavirus demon looks like and I will defeat it.”
He was reported to have said that spending money on science to find a cure is not needed as the real cause of the pandemic is the devil.
“There is no need for worry and expensive research, the real problem is the demon causing this disease and I am ready to kill it once and for all,” Pastor Mboro said.
He also reportedly added that the deadline for the payment must not be more than the second week of April 2020.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that coronavirus pandemic is disrupting our lives in the way we never thought possible.
Nobody was prepared for the changes and damages it has caused the world. In the face of a fierce battle with the virus, a couple suffered a blow after they celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary.
The party observed the life-saving rule of social distancing as less than 10 people were in attendance.
Emilian White and his wife, Kim Gagne, only organized a private and small dinner with friends on Friday, March 27.
In narrating the horrible situation, the wife said: “All we literally did that day was a fist bump, and he was gone.”
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In other news, a well-known Nigerian musician, Ice Prince, critically condemned people who bring all their problems to the social media platform.
He came hard on those who do such, saying that the world they bring their issues to clearly have more problems than them.
In a tweet on Sunday, March 29, Ice Prince ended the post with an emoji showing that he is really tired of the attitude.
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