Vaccine: Pastor Ighodalo appeals to his pastors friends to stop misinforming the public, asks them to get God’s knowledge
- Wed Apr 07 2021
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The Senior Pastor of Trinity House, Ituah Ighodalo has come after those pastors who are antagonizing against receiving the Covid-19 vaccination. Pastor Ighadalo on an interview with Arise TV earlier today, warns pastors against misinformation and tasks them to do a diligent research of God’s view point to the issue.
“to do their research, get the knowledge and stop misinforming and improperly educating people on guesswork, instincts and mere suppositions.” He said
“It is foolishness to keep having faith that God will protect you from an infection he has made provision for vaccines that can provide a high percentage of protection.”
He acknowledged to have received his own jab of the vaccination and he said he was directed by God to do so.
“I have taken the jab. I prayed about it, and I got a clear direction from God to go and receive it, and I have explained to my people in church that God provides knowledge. I will like to appeal to my brother pastors to do their research, get the knowledge and stop misinforming and improperly educating people on guesswork, instincts and mere suppositions. Coronavirus is real, and you need the vaccination.
CT Naija had reported when Pastor chris Oyakhilome lashed out those pastors who are accepting the vaccines instead of having faith in God for protection. Apostle Johnson Suleman also advised his members against receiving the AstraZeneca vaccines, says neither himself nor his family would take it.
Pastor Ighodalo kicked against such notion, says it’s an act of lack of knowledge.
“The Bible says my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”
He also raised a motion against the a speculation by some people that the Covid vaccine is meant to eliminate people out of this earth
“Some people think the COVID-19 vaccine is a deliberate effort to wipe out the human population”
“We need to address the fears and prove it is not so. Other persons think it is the sign of the anti-christ (666) and we need to prove this is not also true.
“Other people believe the vaccines have long term effect and if you take it today, in 20 years’ time, it would affect them. We also need to address such fears and prove scientifically this is not so,” he said.
“The problem is a lot of these questions about the vaccine are not being properly addressed and there is too much rumour flying all over the place. Some churches believe in divine health but if they study further, they would also know that God provided knowledge for healing,” Ighodalo added.