COVID-19: Duncan-Williams declares 72-hour prayer & fasting; says no Ghanaian will die(video)

COVID-19: Duncan-Williams declares 72-hour prayer & fasting; says no Ghanaian will die(video)

- Duncan Williams has declared a 72-hour prayer and fasting period against the spread of the coronavirus

- According to him, no Ghanaian both home and abroad would die for the reason of being infected by the virus

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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has declared a 72-hour prayer and fasting period against the spread of the coronavirus.

Declaring the 72-hour fasting and prayers at his church on Sunday, 8 March 2020, he said it get to a time where Christians must show that they trust God to heal them of all infirmities.

Speaking further, he said the virus was an imminent danger against humanity and a conspiracy on the human race.

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“...this virus is an imminent danger. It’s a danger against humanity, its conspiracy against the human race, it is evil; that’s why we will not put our trust in the arm of flesh, that’s why we shall call upon the name of the Lord.
...there will be no loss of life of any Ghanaian home and abroad by the reason of this virus,” he said.

This is not the first time, the man of God has declared the deadly coronavirus as a disease from the devil and urged Christians to pray against it.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams saying he 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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