David Oyedepo is under fire for his statement that the Covid-19 vaccine is not capable of curing the Covid virus instead it is deadly then he recommended that his members should try a shot of anointing oil to cure Covid-19.
According to the Nation, Founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo, has warned members of his church against taking the COVID-19 vaccine, however recommended a shot of anointing oil to kill the virus.
Few hours after Bishop David Oyedepo made this statement, Shehu Sani took to his official twitter account to share a post in which he condemned Pastor Oyedepo's opinion that anointing oil will cure Covid-19.
Shehu Sani claimed that David Oyedepo's decision to recommend anointing oil other than vaccine to cure Covid-19 is a dangerous prescription.
In his words, Shehu Sani said "Recommending anointing Oil other than vaccine to cure #COVID19 by our revered David Oyedepo is a dangerous prescription.I appeal to our respected religious leader to have a rethink & change his stance".
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