The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has revealed when the deadly coronavirus pandemic will only subside and not die.
Speaking at the studio of the church’s TV station, on Sunday morning, 22 March, Adeboye, who also revealed that God had told him earlier in the year that the world would observe a compulsory public holiday, said: “When I told you to fast for 50 days, earlier this year, you didn’t argue with me, you obeyed even when we still fasted last November.
“Earlier this year, God told me that the world would be on a ‘compulsory holiday’. I didn’t know what that means and I didn’t say it out so as not to inflict fear. Maybe people would have blamed me for saying such today.”
This is coming few minutes Lagos announced three fresh cases of the deadly disease.
Onyxnewsng reports that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) announced Lagos confirming fresh three coronavirus cases on Sunday morning.
“On the 22nd of March 2020, three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Nigeria. Till date, twenty-five (25) cases have been confirmed, two cases have been discharged and there has been no death from COVID-19 in Nigeria.
“All three new cases are in Lagos State. They are being treated at the Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba.” NCDC had announced.
Onyxnewsng has reported in less than 24 hours that Oyo state, Nigeria, has recorded its first coronavirus (COVID-19) case.
This online news platform also reported that Oyo State government confirmed the suspected coronavirus case as positive in a statement released on the micro-blogging site, Twitter on Sunday, 22 March by the State Governor, Seyi Makinde.
This online news platform understands that the first coronavirus in Oyo is a returnee from the United Kingdom whose initial tests had shown negative for the virus.
Disclosing when the pandemic disease will subside, rather than die, the clergyman said: “As soon as God is through proving His point, coronavirus will subside. I didn’t say coronavirus will die. In fact, let me say it in the local parlance – ‘na lie’. Coronavirus will only subside. It has come to stay. But relax, you are going to be safe.”