A human rights activist and author, Comrade Paul Ikechukwu Njoku, has urged the Director-General of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu and the Ministry of Health to humbly partner with the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Lagos-Nigeria, Prophet TB Joshua, in prayers and miraculous distant healing of Nigerians who have contracted the deadly coronavirus grasping to breathe at various isolation centers and in private hospitals across Nigerian States.
Mr. Paul, who widely shared the statement on a WhatsApp platform on Sunday, January 17, 2021, added that TB Joshua has been deeply commissioned by God in a more miraculous way via the introduction of the New Anointing Water which he ships to different countries of the World free of charge for immediate cure of the novel coronavirus pandemic ravaging the World today.
The rights activist noted that Mr. Joshua is truly a genuine and powerful man of God with unending anointing devoid of materialism, greed and self-gratification. He further decried that the cleric has been miraculously healing the World of the pandemic through the medium of DISTANCE IS NOT A BARRIER INTERACTIVE PRAYER SESSION on Emmanuel Television channel of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
“Prophet TB Joshua has unveiled yet another instant cure for coronavirus through the medium of the New Anointed Water which is filled with the Holy Ghost and which is given to victims and individuals freely and also shipped to the nations of the World free of charge.
“A view on Emmanuel Television channel will astonish you with visible reality, testimonies and numerous confirmation amongst the Covid-19 victims from different part of the World including scientists, surgeons, medical doctors, nurses and health-care consultants from the United States of America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the United Kingdom.
“I am proudly addicted to listening to Prophet TB Joshua’s salvational sermon on Emmanuel Television. He is a genuine man of God with unending anointing. He loves Nigeria more than any Nigerian. I strongly believe he will be willing to assist to curbing this pandemic in Nigeria through the use of divine exorcism via “Distance Is Not a Barrier Interrative Prayer Session” on Emmanuel Television if contacted.
“I therefore urge the Director- General of Nigeria Centre for Disease and Control, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu, the Ministry of Health and the entire institution of the Nigerian government to write to TB Joshua for partnership, rescue mission and immense collaboration.
“Nigerian government should proudly be in a celebrating mode for having a powerful man of God in TB Joshua as it has been reported in the media that the spike in cases of the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria is overwhelming the medical facility and medical personel.
“We cannot afford to ignore the supremacy of God when the “B” blocks are closed at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital after the first wage hub of the pandemic has been reopened with overpopulated patients.
“Federal Government of Nigeria must not ignore the use of the divine exorcism in TB Joshua as government is not sponsoring treatments.
“Treatment these days is sponsored by you and your family. Oxygen is in short supply and provision of oxygen to the Covid-19 patients is critical to staying alive while the cost of treatment per day is unprecedentedly alarming.
“Oxygen is being expensively pushed to the black market. To refill your cylinder at the plani is twenty thousand naira while it costs fifty to hundred thousand naira depending on the availability and desperation.
“Patient requires 8 to 16 cylinders per day to be breathing. To maintain oxygenation in inflammed lungs, you require 6litres of oxygen per minute. This does not include Remdesivir, ivermectin etc.
“The situation is not good. Over two thousand Nigerians are infested with Covid on daily basis even when Nigerian government is not projectively testing citizens according.
“The Federal Government of Nigeria should seek a divine collaboration as it has been established that the virus is not only more physically discomforting and deadly, but easily taking lives and bankrupting families to starvation and death”, said Njoku .