Coronavirus: Not a single African prophet has volunteered to go to China to help provide a cure

Coronavirus: Not a single African prophet has volunteered to go to China to help provide a cure

- No single African prophet has volunteered to visit China to help provide a cure in the wake of coronavirus

- The disease has reportedly claimed over two thousand lives following its outbreak

- Many have wondered why not a single African prophet has volunteered to visit China to help provide a cure

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In the wake of contagious coronavirus which has claimed over two thousand lives, many have wondered why popular African prophets have not yet visited Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak to help cure the disease.

Some have also wondered why no African prophet received prior revelation about coronavirus before its outbreak and worse, its subsequent spread.

This falls on the back that most African prophets are known to predict, foretell or prophesy about trending issues, particularly matters concerning celebrities, prominent personalities and public figures.

December 31 has also become notable for a tall list of prophecies regarding what people should be expecting to unfold in the coming year.

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Many people become eager to hear from some of these popular prophets especially about prominent personalities.

Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry International, Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah and Rev Badu Kobi, Founder and Leader of Glorious Wave Church International are among some popular Ghanaian prophets who never miss the opportunity 31st-night services present to predict the future.

However, in the wake of coronavirus, many have wondered why not a single African prophet, for that matter Ghanaian prophet, have not visited Wuhan in China to help the fight against the disease.

Although not a prophet, the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Archbishop Duncan-Williams recently erupted conversation when he prayed to bind the spirit behind coronavirus from crossing borders into Ghana.

As world health experts continue to work toward finding a cure for the disease, with many volunteering to help, it is yet to be known whether any African prophet will willfully visit China to help provide a cure.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that as part of carrying out his Kingdom mandate of going out to all nations to make disciples, a man has been videoed preaching on a flight en route to an undisclosed location.

The recent video shows the unidentified man performing his kingdom duties as a representative and ambassador of God’s Kingdom here in the earth realm.

The man could be seen determined to carry out his mandate while aboard a flight to an undisclosed location.

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