Pastor Sam Adeyemi speaks on 5G and covid-19, Nigerians react

Pastor Sam Adeyemi speaks on 5G and covid-19, Nigerians react

- Nigerians are hailing Pastor Sam Adeyemi for his perspective on the coronavirus pandemic and the 5G controversy

- Some Nigerians thought that the 5G had a connection with the deadly virus currently spreading across the globe

- While others said that the coronavirus is the introduction of the anti-christ

- Sam Adeyemi said that a pandemic like the coronavirus disease also happened in 1918 and it wasn't the anti-christ

Many Nigerians have taken to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to hail the perspective of the founder of Daystar Christian Centre, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, for his perspective on the coronavirus pandemic and the 5G controversy.

Over the past few days, an ongoing debate on various social media platforms about the coronavirus pandemic and the 5G has been had.

Some people think that the 5G has a connection with the current pandemic ravaging countries across the world. According to this set of people, the radiation from the 5G network would cause harm to the health of many.

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Another set of people argued that the coronavirus pandemic is a sign of the antichrist. According to them, the closure of schools, churches and other activities is a sign that the antichrist has come into the world.

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A different set of people argued otherwise. They stated that the 5G and the coronavirus pandemic has nothing to do with the antichrist. These people urged others to go and read history.

Recently, the senior pastor of Covenant Christian Centre, Pastor Poju Oyemade hosted a live chat with Sam Adeyemi and they talked about the controversial issues.

In the video, Sam Adeyemi refuted the claim that both the 5G and the coronavirus pandemic are signs of the antichrist. The clergyman noted that a similar event happened in 1918 when many Nigerians died from influenza pandemic that hit the country.

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According to him, the disease got into Nigeria by ships, which was the mode of transportation at the time. The pastor noted that churches were shut down, schools were closed and nobody could go out, just like we have it today.

Watch him speak here:

Nigerians have now reacted to Sam Ayemi's stance on the issues.

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