Covid-19: Apostle Suleman sends strong prayer against WHO's warning

Covid-19: Apostle Suleman sends strong prayer against WHO's warning

- The president of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, on Wednesday, April 1, stood against WHO's forecast on Africa

- The pastor said that Africa would not be facing any storm regarding Covid-19 outbreak as warned by the organisation

- In a prayer manner, the man of God declared that the worst is over

The head of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has spoken concerning one of the latest warnings by the World Health Organisations (WHO) on coronavirus outbreak in Africa.

The clergyman said Africans reject the forecast of WHO that the continent should prepare for the worst time as cases of the virus infection increase around the world.

Apostle Suleman said the prognostication would not come to pass, adding that for the continent, the worst time has already ended.

See his tweet below:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that so many interesting things are happening as people are quarantined in their houses across the world.

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To while away time, people have been spending their time on social media, with books or seeing movies.

Also happening at this time is how animals are taking over the streets that were once populated by humans.

It was gathered that both wild and non-wild animals could be seen in city streets in countries like Italy, Japan, and Thailand.

In tourist centres like the Nara Park where tourists feed caged deer with crackers, the same animals are now out to fend for themselves.

A twitter user with the name Okadennis shared a video of what is happening as he said that he finds the scene quite hilarious.

Also in Lopburi, Thailand, there is a large group of monkeys who are in desperate search of food as shared by a Facebook user, Sasaluk Rattanachai. Animals like sheep, boars, and horses also roam several streets in Italy.

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In other news, an unnamed Nigerian has come out in a viral video to complain about the quality of relief materials the Lagos state government gave out.

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He said that despite the billions that were donated by wealthy people in the country, the relief materials he got were way below his expectation.

The man wondered how people like him would survive, asking the government to do more as he has many mouths to feed.

The unnamed man in the video also lamented that the government measure of a 14-day lockdown is bad with the miserly measure of rice he got.

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