- Covid-19 healing process will begin on April 9, Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, emphatically declares
- The king also noted that there will be a shift in world power after the deadly disease leaves the world
- Oba Akanbi advises people to maintain social distance and be their brother's keeper in this trying time
The king and spiritual leader of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, has been speaking up about the rampaging deadly virus that has taken over the world, the Coronavirus.
The king, Legit.ng earlier reported, had earlier issued a spiritual warrant of arrest on the deadly virus. He pronounced the arrest of the deadly virus through his office, as a king and spiritual head of his community. Oba Akanbi also gave an ultimatum of 16 days for the menace to vacate the whole world.
Now that the warrant of arrest has passed 10 days, leaving it with six days to the fulfillment of his prophecy, the king took to his Instagram handle to assure the world and his followers that he meant what he said. He noted that in six days' time, God will sheath his sword and we will all heal together.
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In another post, the Oluwo admonishes the people to "stay safe by keeping the distance and wearing masks, help your neighbour in need by feeding them and always wash your hands whenever you handle money and touch anything".
He emphatically noted that we are in this current situation together until "God Kabiesi Olodumare sheaths His sword in 6 days time and we all heal together !! God bless you all abundantly to witness the next power shift in the world that will give glory to only God in the highest".
Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Hil'da Dokubo, via her social media, Instagram, reacted to the spread of coronavirus also know as COVID-19 in Nigeria.
The veteran actress in a recent post called on men of God who believe they possess the powers of healing, to go into the hospitals and heal people affected by the virus.
Issuing another warning to Nigerians to be wary of fake prophecy concerning the fight against coronavirus, comedian Ali Baba through his social media handle warned against exposing themselves to the deadly COVID-19 also known as coronavirus.
In the post, he warned people not to be deceived by pastors and imams 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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