Coronavirus: Some Ghanaians rush in search of hair in the Bible to cure disease

Coronavirus: Some Ghanaians rush in search of hair in the Bible to cure disease

- A widely circulated claim is stirring people up to look for hair in the Holy Bible as a cure for COVID-19

- According to the claims, the hair has divine potency to cure the coronavirus

- Some claim a prophecy was given by a little child in Accra which erupted the craze for a search for hair in the Bible

- Video and images of people who found hair in the Bible have been shared online as proof of the claims

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Some have claimed that a prophet said he received the revelation during the National Day of Fasting and Prayer.

Residents of Afram Plains have been frantically searching for hair in their Bibles and the craze has caught up with some Ghanaians outside the community.

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A resident of Ekye Amanfrom disclosed in an interview with Kasapa News that a prophet called someone in the community and told the person that there is hair in the Bible which has the potency to prevent COVID-19 and that anyone who sees it should read the exact scripture where the hair was found.

The prophet further asked that when they find the hair, they should put it in water and drink it together with their families as a preventive measure against the novel coronavirus.

Following the prophecy, some people have claimed that they found hair in the Bible and have followed the directive to protect their families.

In another video posted by popular Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix, a lady also noted that God, through a little boy, gave the instructions and many have shared images as proof of the claims.

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Meanwhile, Ghana has recorded 132 confirmed cases of the coronavirus including 3 deaths as of March 26, 2020.

However, many rural folks are ill-informed about the coronavirus due to lack of awareness and many continue to depend on the misinformation and myths which poses as risks against preventive and containment efforts by the government.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) also outlined some of the 14 common myths about the COVID-19 which has claimed the lives of people around the world.

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a lady identified as Precious Williams has shared a heart-wrenching experience about how she is struggling to cope after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Precious Williams disclosed in a message on social media that she tested positive for the COVID-19 and she asked her friends to remember her in their prayers for speedy recovery.

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