— The Viral Trendz (@TheViralTrendz) March 22, 2020
Nigeria pastor boldly debunk news of Coronavirus in the country, says even if there is, ‘corrosive anointing’ will quash it. However, Nigerian home and abroad have been reacting to the speech of the pastor which many feels that is a way of deceiving people and shifting “serious” attention from global issue like that of coronavirus which has killed over 12,000 people worldwide thereby making mess of the whole situation.
see some of the reactions below
— Lekan♔ (@Olalaecon) March 22, 2020
A “man of God”, passionately misleading his congregation, amazing 🤦🏾♂️
— Obieze (@obiezeknwosu) March 22, 2020
The congregation shouting Amen to such misleading is my problem…. They are not blind to the daily news
— Antoine C (@c_ofiaeli) March 22, 2020
It's really unfortunate, I feel such people should be arrested.. This is nonsense
— Emma ik Umeh (Tcee )🇳🇬🇷🇺 (@emmaikumeh) March 22, 2020
Oh Lord, kindly use this human being as an example. The way the imam that said Coronavirus was a punishment and later got infected, let this man also get infected so that he will learn lessons.
Ndi uchu! Making the work of the government difficult.@PoliceNG kindly arrest him
— Blessed Beyond Measure (BBM) (@Drmuzoic) March 22, 2020
I retweeted this to show that people can still spew so much ignorance with confidence. Don't get deceived by people telling you stuff like 'quote me anywhere!'. It doesn't mean they know what they're saying.
Sometimes, the fool sound cocksure.
— Nedu Ekeke #BBOG (@Nedunaija) March 22, 2020
Who agree with me that the major problem ..I mean number 1 problem of this country is RELIGION …
— TN Auto&Logistics➰🇦🇪🇬🇧 (@temmycho) March 22, 2020
My mum and I had a hearty laughter after watching this video. I believe that Covid-19 is in Nigeria. What many people don't know is that the virus being in Nigeria doesn't reduce your level of anointing. It doesn't make you less of a Christian. Jesus already said they'd happen 🤷🏾♀️
— Your Daddy (@ToyosiGodwin) March 22, 2020
You see, the dominant brand of Christianity in Nigeria is one that shows apathy (disdain?) towards science. It's based on positive confession and denial of physical symptoms which is termed "the God-kind of faith." But its microwave theology cannot stand up to reality.
— Victor Ọrúnla (@DynamiteAsegun) March 22, 2020
Our problems are really much in this country! And the religious leaders are a MAJOR cause 🙄🙄🙄🙄
— Babatundemustafa (@Tundemax) March 22, 2020
— Nwanyi Ohafia (@ugybabe2020) March 22, 2020
This is what the Bible says concerning issues like this. But this so called pastor is here misleading these gullible minds. pic.twitter.com/VMp9NvgZtr
— Asian Akparawa 💙 (@_Gordonski) March 22, 2020