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5G, not COVID-19 killing people, Oyakhilome says, reveals why Buhari locked down Lagos, FCT, Ogun [Video]

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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of the Believers Love World aka Christ Embassy, has replied Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, the Founder of Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC, who disagreed with him (Chris) on the claim that 5G network is the real cause of sickness and death around the world and not Coronavirus.

For the past few days, popular pastors and politicians have found a way to link the 5G network with spiritual things and the Coronavirus epidemic.

Oyakhilome had told his members in a sermon at the weekend that the 5G was part of the new world order where some figures of authority in the world were trying to build a religion, economy and government for the entire universe.

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Quoting Revelation Chapter 13, he said there is no need for a vaccine, adding that these are part of the Antichrist’s plan for a new world order.

Pastor Chris’ claim angered his counterpart of the KICC, who slammed and warned him against causing fear and panic among Christians.

However, in a viral video where Pastor Chris was responding to questions, the cleric maintained his earlier claims and further explained that President Muhammadu Buhari was forced to lock down Abuja and Lagos so that the 5G could be installed.

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He insisted that Coronavirus did not kill anyone in the Wuhan City of China but 5G did.

“In Nigeria for example, the Federal Government intervened and shut down… declared a total lockdown for Abuja and Lagos even though the State Government had given their own instructions for the lockdown already but it was not enough.

“The Federal government was pushed to lock down Abuja and Lagos specifically. Why? Because of 5G in Abuja and Lagos. Because they already tested 5G in Abuja and they’re digging in Lagos .

“They’re engaged in the draining in Lagos. That is why the Federal government had to shut down Abuja and Lagos so that the 5G could be installed. And there are other cities planned for.

“As I said before, what kills people in Wuhan was not Coronavirus. It was the 5G. If you say it’s not, then tell us how you discovered yours.”

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Sokoto discharges all 101 COVID-19 patients

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Sokoto is currently COVID-19 free after discharging all 101 isolated Coronavirus patients in the state.

The state’s commissioner for health, Dr Ali Inname also disclosed that the state recorded 14 Coronavirus deaths at a news conference.

He said the first index case was recorded on April 19 with 731 samples collected, while 655 contacts completed a 14 day follow up.

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Inname explained that the Sokoto State Taskforce Committee on COVID-19 which he heads, received 839 alerts from across the state and that all of them were investigated.

He added that the patients were from eight local government areas of the state.

Men constituted 85 per cent of the patient population, while women made up the remaining 24 per cent.

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The commissioner who advised residents of the state to observe safety guidelines to curb the spread of Coronavirus said that the committee’s activities would continue as many test results were still pending.

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Covid-19: Kuwait-based Nigerian women appeal for evacuation

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A video has surfaced online of four Kuwait-based Nigerian women appealing to the Federal Government to evacuate them from Kuwait due to Covid-19 pandemic.

Among the four women, a yet-to-be-identified woman revealed that they have been requested by the Kuwait government to leave the country and later come back to the country after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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While stressing that other Africa countries have evacuated their citizens from the country, the woman said they are still roaming in a segregated place Kuwait government put them because they have not been evacuated from the country.

Another woman who was part of the four women in the video said the Kuwait government made provisions for free planes to convey all African immigrants to their respective countries but they are experiencing a delay at the Nigerian embassy.

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The woman who wrapped herself with clothes disclosed that they are still in Kuwait due to excuses given by officials of the Nigeria embassy.

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Covid-19: Lagos may run out of isolation bed spaces in three weeks, Health commissioner says

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Covid-19: Lagos may run out of isolation bed spaces in three weeks, Health commissioner says

Lagos State may have no more bed spaces for coronavirus patients in the next three weeks if the current rate of infection keeps rising, Health Commissioner Akin Abayomi warned on Friday.

Confirmed cases across the country rose by 328 to a total of 11844 on Friday according to figures released by the National  Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

Of this latest figure, Lagos State had 121 bringing its total cases to 5,663.

“If we keep getting 150, 200 positives every day, in another two or three weeks, even though we’re opening new isolation centres all the time, in time, we’re going to run out of beds,” Abayomi told reporters in Ikeja.

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He said:

“We’ve been testing more. We’ve been escalating our capacity to test for COVID-19 and what we’ve found is that the more we test, the more we find, which is a reflection of the fact that COVID-19 is spreading within the community and we’re finding more cases than we can manage eventually when we project,” he said.

“If we carry on with the rate of positive testing that we are obtaining, we’re going to run out of isolation beds in our established isolation facilities.

“Therefore, we are projecting. If we keep getting 150, 200 positives every day, in another two or three weeks, even though we’re opening new isolation centres all the time, in time, we’re going to run out of beds.”

A breakdown of the fresh infections released last night by the NCDC is as follows: Lagos-121 ; FCT-70; Bauchi-25; Rivers-18; Oyo-16; Kaduna-15; Gombe -14; Edo-13 ;Ogun-13 ;Jigawa-8; Enugu-6; Kano-5 ; Osun-2 ;and Ondo-2 .

So far  3696 case have been discharged while 333 deaths have been recorded.

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