- Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has made a very big allegation concerning coronavirus testing not just in Nigeria but throughout the world
- The founder of Christ Embassy said that testing for the pandemic is the biggest fraud in the world so far
- The cleric called on government and the media to probe the alleged fraud and find out the truth for themselves
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The founder and most senior pastor of Christ Embassy, Chris Oyakhilome, has expressed his misgiving for COVID-19 testing in Nigeria and the world generally.
According to PM News, Pastor Oyakhilome, during a recent sermon of his pondered over the intention for testing with probing questions such as who are the examiners of the test kits, are they truly independent in their research?
The cleric, probing further, asked: “Every test must look for something. Does this test know the difference between Malaria and COVID-19? Or any type of Coronavirus?
“After all, they said they are still studying the virus, so what are they testing for? A presence? A reaction? What is it testing for?”
Oyakhilome categorically alleged that the fraud is carried out by those who are doing the test and, therefore called on the federal government and reputable media house to beam their searchlights on the issue.
He claimed: “Those who are doing the test are behind the fraud. Every government needs to wake up now and question the fraud!
"Paid Journalists had better be sincere to themselves, their country and to God. I have done my research. You do yours! Get the right information.”
Similarly, Legit.ng reported that one of the recently discharged patients of the COVID-19 in Delta state, on Monday, May 18, alleged that the ailment was a scam in Nigeria.
The patient, a female aged 36, was reported positive of the virus on Friday, April 17 despite her assertions that she was negative for the virus.
She said despite her protests, she was taken to the COVID-19 isolation/treatment centre in Warri where she was kept for 17 days until her discharge.
The patient while speaking with journalists, insisted that she never received or saw her results indicating her status of the disease which she claimed is a scam.
Her words: “It was an audio result that I got. They called me to tell me that I was positive but did not give me any result. Before I was taken there I already said the virus is not in this country."
Meanwhile, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) had explained the reason behind the low number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the country in recent times.
According to the director-general of the NCDC, Chikwe Ihekweazu, the lesser number of Covid-19 cases was due to a lesser number of samples collected across the states.
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