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Monday, May 18, 2020

"Government takes money from aid all in the name of COVID-19" - Pastor David Ibiyeomie blows hot.

Senior pastor of Salvation Ministries, David Ibiyeomie in Port-Harcourt has blown while he was on the pulpit. He sent fire and brimstone to Nigerian Government after he listened to Dokpesi's speech on how he was given Malaria tablets when he was down with COVID-19. 

Standing on a pulpit, Pastor David said: "I told the people, what is coronavirus?
Coronavirus is only a virus that is corona. 
People are making noise about coronavirus. To me, it's rubbish. Malaria, did we make noise about Malaria?
Malaria kills more people in Nigeria than coronavirus. Everyday people die of Malaria. So. What are talking about coronavirus, closing borders up and down for what?
Nigeria doesn't even have it. I don't think Nigeria has it. Because you've heard Dokpesi, he said that they say he had it, it a Malaria tablet they gave him. So, if it's coronavirus, why will they give him Malaria tablet?
Nigeria, they're using it to eat money, eat money Governors eat money, corporations eat money, they tell lies, they'll take money from federal aid. Government, they'll take money from aid".

He ended his statement by saying that the Government of Nigeria is exaggerating the number of coronavirus cases in Nigeria. 

He said: "In Nigeria, the people who have it, I don't think they're up to the number. They're calling the number. I don't think it's the number. When one person has high temperature, fever, they'll say it's corona, quarantine him". 

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