- As the world struggles with coronavirus pandemic, a man has expressed sadness on how he got infected
- According to him, a workmate gave him the virus after the woman had been in contact with another infected person
- The man, therefore, asked people not to trust anyone this period as they keep safe
A man with the Twitter handle @NurseSiphie has lamented how his colleague infected him with coronavirus after they had driven around together for hours.
The man said that despite the fact that he worked with the said person, she was not honest enough to say that she had exposed herself to a Covid-19 patient.
@NurseSiphie disclosed that the said lady visited her sister who was already positive to the virus without telling anyone.
Read his tweet below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the head pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Sam Adeyemi, said that the church will not be as it used to be after the deadly coronavirus outbreak is over.
He made this known during a live chat with BBC Yoruba on Tuesday, May 12. During the session, the man of God said that the pandemic will greatly affect churches, as some of them may witness a big reduction in their membership as many members might just want to continue worshipping God from home.
“That’s an issue I have pondered upon severally because the church may not be the same again after this COVID-19 experience.
"As you can see, many people have been receiving messages via online broadcast from their homes. It’s no longer like before that they have to be physically present in churches,” he said.
Adeyemi said that since many are already used to getting broadcast from the comfort of the homes, they would feel reluctant to go to church even after everything comes back to normal.
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“Now that many have been used to worshiping God from the comfort of their rooms, will they go to church when COVID-19 is finally over? Many Christians may also feel relaxed on Sundays when they usually go to church,” he added.
Another thing Adeyemi said is that Christians are using this trying period to really measure how concerned their churches are towards their welfare.
“Also, many Christians have started questioning the genuineness of their churches for them with little or no help coming their way during the pandemic period when hunger is holding sway,” he said.
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