- 'It is of the mercies of the Lord that we are not consumed', this is the Bible passage that Pastor Adeboye used to explain the impact of COVID-19 in Nigeria
- The Christian cleric said this on Sunday during a church service in Lagos state titled 'Better days ahead'
- Adeboye said God has been merciful to the country amidst the coronavirus pandemic and His mercies should not be taken for granted
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said God saved Nigerians from being consumed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nation reports that the popular cleric made the assertion during a sermon on Sunday, November 1 in the church service titled ‘Better days ahead’.
Pastor Adeboye submitted that when COVID-19 impact in Nigeria is compared to that of developed countries, it is clear that God has been faithful to Nigeria.
He also tweeted this on his verified handle on Sunday.
He, however, warned that the country should not take God's mercy for granted.
Nigerians, he said, should pray for more of God's mercies and protection as the world continues to work towards a cure for the pandemic.
Pastor Adeboye assured Nigerians in April that the coronavirus pandemic will be history in the country in no time. Speaking on a live broadcast at the Easter service,
The cleric told all Christian faithful that the latest good news is that God Almighty is in control of the situation.
Legit.ng reported that, on Saturday, October 31, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control announced 170 new cases of Covid-19 in the country, taking the total number of confirmed infections in the country to 62,691.
The new cases which were announced by the disease control agency on Friday night, October 30, were recorded in 13 states, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Legit.ng notes that there has been a steady increase in the number of confirmed cases since the pandemic cases dropped for some weeks.
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