A woman who served as an usher at Winners chapel Shiloh 2020, has allegedly died of COVID-19 after coming back from the program.
The Bishop of the Living Faith Church popularly referred to as Winners’ Chapel, David Oyedepo, had earlier said the devil is using the COVID19 pandemic to attack the church of Christ.
Oyedepo reportedly said there’s nothing within the novel Coronavirus while delivering his new year’s sermon in his church in Ota Ofun State.
The pastor has always condemned the protocols put in situ to contain the spread of COVID19. While preaching to his congregation at the New Year’s Eve, he said;
“When the church goes against a person, his destiny is finished. When the church goes against a system, that system will crash.
Men and brethren, there’s nothing in Covid-19. one among the governors was making some statements recently and said, ‘We have only had five cases since the noise began. So, where is Covid-19?
One governor was also quoted as saying, ‘I saw people at National Identification Card area, no distancing, no nothing and the way far more the church of God where there’s order’.
There is no Covid-19 in National Population Card Centre. there’s no social distancing within the market. there’s nowhere to scrub hands or wash nose and even the officials who are responsible also are buying things there.
What I feel they don’t know is that the church has changed level. When the church launches an attack against anyone or a system, that system crashes. Thank God we’ve prevailed.”
Reacting to the news, a Nigerian lady @_oluwafunmilade on Twitter, claimed that her friend’s mum who served as an usher at the recently concluded Shiloh 2020, has died of COVID-19 after the event. She wrote;
My mom’s friend died of #COVID-19 2 days ago, she went for #shiloh2020, she was an usher, she fell ill a couple of days after she came from #shiloh2020, she tested positive, she didn’t make it. SHE GOT INFECTED DURING #shiloh2020
There Is Nothing In #COVIDー19, Any System The Church Attacks Will Crash – Bishop @DavidOyedepoMin | Sahara Reporters
Oyedepo’s comments came amid the second wave of the pandemic and the call for the closure of religious centres to curb the…
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