The Living Faith Church Worldwide, Ota and Dunamis Church International, Abuja held Sunday services, despite government’s stringent campaigns against public gathering beyond 50 persons.
It was gathered that Bishop David Oyedepo, held a ‘physical’ service on Sunday where thousands of worshipers gathered in the church auditorium, sang and prayed to God to stop the plague of the coronavirus in Nigeria and other countries of the world.
Oyedepo led the congregation in prayers preceding his sermon titled “Winning the war against coronavirus”.
He said, “According to how we have prayed, the siege is over. The same way Ebola went away, this is going away. The same God that helped us that time is still alive, he will help us again.”
The church had in a memo dated March 20 and written by the First Vice President of the LFC, Bishop David Abioye, asked branches of the church all over the world to comply with restriction orders in their locations.
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