- Apostle Johnson Suleman of OMEGA Fire Ministries Worldwide has told the 'witches' group that challenged to heal Covid-19 that he did that already
- The man of God said that he does not need their money as the reward amount shows that the head of the group is broke
- Apostle Suleman said he is not the healer but that God made him an instrument to perform the healing
The general overseer of OMEGA Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has replied the Association of Alleged Witches (AFAW) who challenged him to heal Covid-19 patients.
Recall that the head of AFAW, Leo Igwe, said that the association would give the cleric $1000 (N390,000) for every person he heals of coronavirus.
In a tweet on Tuesday, April 28, the pastor said that he already healed patients and would send them the details so they can go investigate if it is true.
He added that he is not the healer who did it but God. Apostle Suleman, therefore, said that for the "witches" to offer $1000 (N390,000) for the challenge show they are poor and would need the money than he does.
See his tweet below:
Some Nigerians have also reacted to the response by the cleric. A man named Chima Kalu said he would like to extend the challenge a little bit so more people in other places can be healed.
Another with the Twitter name Fadovy said that the man of God should show the details of the healed to the 'witches' and collect the money so he can use it for giveaways.
Bayo said he would need to see the details to believe the patients were indeed healed.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the Chinese government mandated their students to wear one-meter hats as a way to keep social distancing in their classrooms after schools resumed from a three-month lockdown.
A video seen by the media shows how the hats are made with sticks on both ends to ensure that nobody comes close to the wearer at one metre.
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The government is putting up this unconventional method as it continues to seek ways to ease the lockdown that has been active for three months.
It should be noted that the idea of the hats was mooted by the Yangzheng Primary School in Hangzhou in Zhejiang province of China after it welcomed year 1 to 3 students back on campus on Sunday, April 26.
"We encourage our students to wear the one-metre hats to stay at least one metre (three feet) away from each other," Mr Hong, the school’s principal said.
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