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“Anti-Church Virus In Lagos & Ogun State” – Bishop Oyedepo Condemns Government For Upholding Church Closure

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Oyedepo Condemns Government

– Bishop Oyedepo condemns Lagos & Ogun state government

Bishop Oyedepo who has been ever vocal about his disagreement with the Government over the prolong closure of religious houses in the nation has once again called out Lagos state and Ogun state government for upholding the ban on church.

The founder of the Living Faith Church International aka Winners’ Chapel in his sermon on Sunday June 28, alleged that Lagos and Ogun have been inflicted with anti-church virus rather than the Coronavirus pandemic. The man of God questioned the logic behind the opening of marketplaces where people no longer observe social distancing or hygiene while churches have not been allowed to reopen.

“No handwashing, no nothing, everyone is in the market running over each other every day of the week and there is no outbreak from the market but there is now outbreak, perceived outbreak from the church. Prophets are God’s voices to the nations. Caution!

“Now, freedom of worship is no longer a constitutional right but now determined to buy some individuals. It is a hard thing to kick against the priest. This is no longer coronavirus in Lagos and Ogun. It is now anti-church virus clean and clear.” he shared

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The clergyman also said that 10 members of his church testified to being healed from the disease in the last one week. He then insisted that there would have been more testimonies if churches have been allowed to reopen.

“Can anybody silence the church? Never! I have never heard of anybody that God healed in the market but people get healed in every church day and night, real tangible healing. We have recorded 114 coronavirus healing testimonies. We got 10 this week.And that is the place that is vulnerable, not the market.” He concluded

The spread of the deadly virus has since increased exponentially over the days with over 24077 cases confirmed so far of which  9,007 of them have been discharged.

Bishop Oyedepo condemns Lagos & Ogun state government

Horpeoluwar Desalu

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