- Pastor Chris Okotie has attacked US billionaire, Bill Gates over the COVID-19 pandemic
- The former presidential candidate faulted the Microsoft founder for his alleged role in the spread of the deadly virus
- The cleric accused Gates of leading a global conspiracy to destabilise the world economy and execute a satanic agenda against the church
Reverend Chris Okotie, the senior pastor of the Household of God Church International Ministries, has condemned US billionaire, Bill Gates, over the alleged role he played in the spread of coronavirus.
The former presidential candidate of Fresh Democratic Party (FDP) disclosed this on Sunday, July 12, in an 80-minute video released on YouTube.
The senior pastor went on to accuse the billionaire of executing a satanic agenda against the church and leading a global conspiracy to destabilize the world economy.
According to Okotie, the coronavirus pandemic was a bizarre project conceived by the billionaire, in association with some powerful elements supported by key world leaders to achieve sinister objectives.
The popular man of God backing up his allegation with scriptures from the bible explained how the billionaire features in Satan’s end-time assault on the church using the Gates family tree.
He used a rare revelation of biblical numerology to explain the names of three generations of the Gates family vis-à-vis their scriptural equivalents and their roles in the dispensational dealings of God with the man.
Rev. Okotie predicted that the vaccine being developed to check the spread of the disease is meant to disguise the real intentions of the alleged antidotes for the pandemic, which could ultimately cause mass death.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Okotie faulted the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN)'s proposed social distancing guidelines for churches.
Okotie, who was the presidential candidate of Fresh Democratic Party, disclosed this in a statement he shared on his official Facebook page on Sunday, May 31.
The senior pastor kicked against CAN’s decision describing it as allowing the ‘Idol of Coronavirus’ to determine the scope of congregational worship in Nigerian churches.
In other news, the founder of LoveWorld Incorporated, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has questioned the search for a COVID-19 vaccine across the world.
The cleric, who addressed his congregation in a telecast, wondered how it is possible to have a vaccine ready in July for a virus scientists claimed they are still studying.
He said: "A virus they told us they are still studying, they are still studying it. Why don't they study it first? They are still studying it. And they already have a vaccine that could be ready in July."
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