Nigeria is one of the countries where cases of deadly corona virus cases have been reported. Many people have been reportedly dead after contracting the virus. However, since the introduction of the vaccine, the Government has been trying so hard to ensure every citizen of Nigeria is vaccinated against the virus. Some people have taken the dose of the vaccination while others are scaptical about it.
Recently, some state Governments in the country announced their policy stating that every resident of their respective State must be vaccinated in their States.
This policy has been made compulsory in some states in Nigeria such as Edo State, Ondo State among others. Governor Godwin Obaseki and Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu respectively.
However, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch A. Adeboye has reacted to the new government policy. Speaking during the RCCG Special October Holy Ghost Service tagged; 'Exceeding Expectations', the General Overseer, Pastor E. A. Adeboye was quoted by Church Gist to have pointed out somethings against the Government policy against COVID-19.
In tho post, we will look at three things Pastor Enoch A. Adeboye pointed out concerning Covid-19 vaccination:
1. If Vaccination Will Hinder Me From Doing God’s Work I Will Take 100 Vaccinations If Required:
Pastor Adeboye stated that he would o anything to ensure that the gospel of Jesus Christ is preached to everyone. According to the man of God, if there is any nation in the world that say he can't preach the gospel because of vaccination, he will gladly take the vaccine because of the work of God.
According to him, "I will do anything for Jesus Christ, if vaccination or no vaccination is going to hinder me from doing the work God has called me to do, even if they ask me to be vaccinated a hundred times I will be vaccinated."
2. "I Have Never Said Don'T Be Vaccinated: If You Believe That Getting Vaccinated Will Put Your Mind At Rest, Go Ahead":
He also warned that he didn't tell anyone not to take vaccination. He told his congregation that if they believe that getting vaccinated will give them rest of mind, they should go ahead and be vaccinated.
3. He alleged that there is no enough vaccine o go round for every Citizen of Nigeria:
Speaking during his message, Pastor Adeboye alleged that there is no enough vaccine in the country. He said he "laughed when I heard that some governors were making it compulsory for people to be vaccinated before they can go to church, I said to myself where the devil failed."
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