Coronavirus: Adeboye tells Bill Gates that God did it for Nigeria

Coronavirus: Adeboye tells Bill Gates that God did it for Nigeria

- Pastor Adeboye has subtly told Bill Gates to mind his own business

- The Redeemed Church boss said the low recorded coronavirus cases in Nigeria is due to God

- Recall that the Microsoft founder wondered why many people in Africa have not contracted the virus

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God has been awarded praise for the low coronavirus infections in Nigeria. Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God made this disclosure.

He said Nigeria may not have money or resources to fight the monstrous COVID-19 pandemic, but the citizens have God.

Adeboye said this in reaction to the statement made by Bill Gates. The Microsoft founder had said he was yet to understand why COVID-19 cases and fatalities still remained low in Africa, The Nation reports.

Coronavirus: Adeboye tells Bill Gate that God did it for Nigeria
Pastor Adeboye says Nigeria may not have money to fight COVID-19, but it has God. Photo: @PastorEAAdeboye
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According to the cleric, having God is enough to protect the citizens from the pandemic.

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He disclosed this at the January Special Thanksgiving Service and Ground-Breaking Ceremony of the Coastline Worship Centre of the Redeemed Church of God national headquarters, Throne of Grace, Ebutte-Metta, Lagos.

Adeboye said:

“When I read that it will take 10 years to vaccinate people in the U.S., I wonder when the vaccine will come to Nigeria. We have no money; we have no resources, but we have God. They expected us to be dying like flies, but we have a God who says he that dwells in the secret place will be under the shadow of the almighty.”

Recall reported that Adeboye gave the kind of vibe Nigerians like with his sermon delivered on the first Sunday in 2021, January 3.

The man of God spoke about the coronavirus pandemic as he advised people to observe and obey all COVID-19 protocols, even if they don't agree with them.

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He took a swipe at the government and Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) that asked churches to close the crossover service which holds every New Year's eve by 10 or 11pm instead of the usual 12am.

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