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Oyedepo issues Lagos, Ogun for not reviving houses of worship


The Bishop of the Living Faith Church International, otherwise known as Winners’ Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has said Lagos and Ogun states have been contaminated with hostile to chapel infection henceforth the choice to open markets and keep holy places shut.

The bishop expressed this while conveying a lesson on Sunday.

Oyedepo said it is ironic while commercial centers stayed open and individuals not, at this point keep social distancing or cleanliness, the church was being smothered on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The bishop included, “No hand-washing, nothing, everybody is in the market running more than each other each day of the week and there is no episode from the market, however there is presently flare-up, saw flare-up from the congregation. Prophets are God’s voices to the countries.

“Presently, opportunity of love is not, at this point a sacred right, it’s currently dictated by certain people. It is a hard thing to kick against the pricks. This is no longer coronavirus, in any event in two states – Lagos and Ogun. It is currently anti-church virus, perfect and clear.”

Oyedepo said over the most recent multi week, 10 individuals vouched for have been recovered of the disease.

He contended that the church, which had the ability to heal individuals, stayed shut.

As per him, what was befalling the church could be compared to the experience of the children of Israel when they were in Egyptian bondage.