- Archbishop Duncan-Williams believes with prayer and supplication, the spirit behind the deadly virus can be destroyed
- He commanded the virus which he believes to be demonic and meant to cripple nations to wither and die
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As the death toll for the novel coronavirus which has hit one of the provinces in China keeps rising, there is little people can do.
For a man who believes in God and his miracles, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is of the conviction that with fervent prayer and supplication, the spirit behind the deadly virus can be destroyed.
In a prayer post by the Archbishop sighted by YEN.com.gh on his Facebook page, he commanded the virus which he believed to be demonic and meant to cripple nations to wither and die.
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He cast out the ‘spirit’ behind the virus, whiles attacking its roots.
Praying specifically for the country Ghana, he said;
“By divine authority, I command the spirit behind coronavirus be arrested in the name of Jesus, we attack it at its root.”
For a country that believes in God, the prayer of the Archbishop is quite a powerful one if we only believe and have faith that God can intervene.
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In other news, the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) is investigating the circumstances under which three 40-footer containers of infested gizzard were inputted into the country.
Two import companies and their CEOs are being investigated for their role in the importation of the infested salmonella gizzard.
“The importing companies imported products without import permit and veterinary health certificates,” Dr Asiedu Baah, a veterinary officer at the port said.
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