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COVID-19: Moghalu reacts to conspiracy theories on 5G, anti-Christ

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Former presidential candidate of the Young Progressives Party, YPP, Kingsley Moghalu has reacted to the ongoing debate on the relationship between COVID-19, 5G network and antichrist.

DAILY POST recalls that Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Believers Loveworld has been under attack for the past few days, after he attributed the COVID-19 pandemic to the introduction of 5G and anti-christ.

Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC, had criticized Pastor Chris Oyakhilome and other pastors who are attributing the COVID-19 pandemic to 5G and anti-christ.

He had expressed disappointment in pastors who are bringing up the conspiracy theories.

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Speaking on the development, Moghalu urged Nigerians and pastors to be careful of conspiracy theories, including COVID-19 and 5G network.

Moghalu further advised Nigerians to understand the distinction between faith and foolishness in this difficult times.

On his Twitter page, he wrote: “We should be extremely cautious about all these conspiracy theories about Covid-19, including about 5G. Emergencies like this always breed such stories. They may sound attractive, but are not proven or necessarily true.

“It is established science that Covid-19 is a virus-disease!

“On religion and Covid-19: let’s understand, and apply, the distinctions between faith, presumption, and foolishness.”

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