Bishop David Oyedepo once again has made it to the news for the first time in two weeks as the cleric as come out to chastise anyone in support of the continuous closure of churches even as the lockdown has been lifted off partially.
The cleric who initially criticized the reopening of markets and other public spaces as churches weren’t still allowed to open even if it was for two hours has once again rained heavy in a recent message he preached.
Speaking on a Thursday during a live broadcast, the man of God said anyone who is in support of the continuous lockdown of churches across the Country would die.
According to the cleric, spiritual famine is far more tragic and there is no vaccine for hunger and no medical solution to hunger.
”The doors to churches across nations are again declared opened this morning. Can I tell you this? Hunger is far more devastating than any virus that will ever visit the earth.
The broadcast was shared online and it has given rise to criticism from all and sundry.
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