COVID-19: Faith in God is not immunity; don't act silly – Otabil

COVID-19: Faith in God is not immunity; don't act silly – Otabil

- Mensa Otabil has advised Ghanaians to be disciplined following the outbreak of COVID-19

- He urged people not to allow anyone to use their faith in God to lead them astray

- He said Christians must be disciplined and wise enough to do everything necessary to stay safe instead of putting themselves at risk

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Head Pastor of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Mensa Otabil, has advised Ghanaians, especially Christians, to be disciplined enough and not allow anyone to use their faith in God to lead them astray.

According to him, Christians must be disciplined and wise enough to do everything necessary to stay safe instead of putting themselves at risk in the wake of COVID-19 spread.

Addressing Ghanaians in a Facebook video, Pastor Otabil advised that no one should let others put ideas in their heads that will lead them into being afraid.

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"Do not let somebody put ideas in your head that will lead you into fear, into destruction and will lead you to do something that will make you regret," he said.

He advised that Ghanaians comport themselves, commit to discipline and not allow any voice to lead them astray.

Otabil also advised them to stick to all laid down protocols and do the right thing to stay safe.

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In other news, Dr Patrina Techi-Ankrah, Ghana's President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's personal physician has narrated how he's strictly protected against COVID-19.

The medical doctor made the statements known at the press briefing that was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Information on April 1, 2020.

She indicated that although the president is not seen in masks or gloves during his meetings, all measures are put in place to ensure that he is absolutely safe.

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