The Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN), Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka, on Thursday, prayed for sunray to help cure the Coronavirus that had killed about 9, 000 people across the globe.
He also declared that the COVID-19 would vanish the way Ebola did a few years back.
Mbaka, who spoke at a special prayer to end the disease at the Enugu Adoration ground, urged Nigerians not to panic about the Coronavirus because it would soon be a thing of the past.
Nigeria on Thursday confirmed four fresh cases of Coronavirus, bring to 12 the number of people living with the disease.
The country recorded its first case of Coronavirus on February 27 and the disease had infected about 250, 000 people in 60 countries across the world.
He said: “To those who believe in God, all things are possible. No matter how it has defied people, it cannot defy God.
“Coronavirus, wherever you came from, be it any name you answer- caterpillar virus, Venza virus, corolla virus, I command you to be ceased, in the Holy Ghost fire!
“Children of God, when you go home, circulate the message that a man of God known as Fr. Ejike Mbaka told you to not be afraid of coronavirus, be courageous it will soon be a thing of the pass.
“Fear is a dangerous omen if you become perplexed; it shows that you don’t believe so much on God’s power. Ebola came, it died off. This one will also die off. It is like bird flu disease, it will come and go.
“I know that the whole world is waiting to hear for the message that will come out from this place, but the message I have is that the disease will soon go.
“Under the priestly anointing, I release healing to the entire world, particularly where the disease is ravaging so much, let there be healing, let there be sunray always, which is one of the antidotes to the disease. God release drug that will cure it in Jesus’ name.”
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