- A Nigerian man has criticised the government on its handling of COVID-19 cases in the country
- The unidentified man says a lot of Nigerians will die on the streets if the cases are more than what the country is experiencing
- He also says pastors are like footballers who are using their talents to make money
A Nigerian man has expressed dissatisfaction over the way the government is tackling coronavirus cases in the country.
The unidentified man said if the cases become more than what they are, a lot of Nigerians will be dying on the streets and the government will do nothing about it.
According to the man, Nigerian pastors are like Ronaldo, Messi and Okocha who are using their talents to enrich themselves. The man said there's nothing like the holy spirit in Nigeria.
He said he is sometimes afraid to call himself a Nigerian because nothing is working in the country.
The man said COVID-19 is a warning from God to humanity, adding that God wants people to move closer to him.
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In other news, 46 surrogate newborns are stranded in a dormitory at a hotel in Ukraine as the COVID-19 lockdown has stopped their parents from taking them home.
Their parents are in the UK, USA, Italy, Spain, France, Israel, Germany, China, Mexico, Romania and other countries.
The kids' parents have paid between £5,745 (2,732,782.19) and £57,365 (N27,287,478.48) for services from BioTexCom, an organisation that assisted them with starting families.
The babies are being cared for by staff at a so-called 'baby factory' due to the pandemic causing countries to close their borders.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the founder of Living Faith Church popularly known as Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, said those behind the bill on COVID-19 at the House of Representatives were working on an evil mission which would sweep humanity.
The cleric, who spoke during a live broadcast, questioned why rights of people who refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine will be stripped.
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