- Prophet Kofi Oduro of the Alabasta International Ministeries says stickers, oils, calendars and the like that are sold by pastors is clean deception
- According to the renowned Ghanaian prophet, if the items had any power, they would be useful in the fight against COVID-19
- The prophet asserts that the novel coronavirus has exposed the real uselessness in all the objects pastors sell to church members
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Popular Ghanaian prophet, Kofi Oduro, who is the founder and leader of the Alabasta International Ministeries has said that the novel coronavirus has exposed pastors.
According to Prophet Oduro in a recent interview, the coronavirus has actually revealed how fake the miracle calendars, oils, stickers, bags, and the like being sold in churches are.
The opinionated Ghanaian prophet further stated that if they were not fake, those items would have found a great use in preventing or curing the coronavirus.
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"Coronavirus has shown that no pastor can save you," he said, which makes it very interesting as the prophet himself is an active voice in the 'soul-saving' business.
It is clear that the head pastor of the Alabaster International Ministry is not scared of losing members because of his words that might make people lose trust in pastors.
He concluded by saying that the schemes the pastors have been using to make money are complete deceptive measures and thanks to coronavirus, the evidence is clear for all to see.
In other news, a group of young Ghanaians, all under 30, have created a mobile application called COVIDTrace that is able to list all contacts of people infected with COVID-19.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, the leader of the group named Obed Dzikunu explained that the application is programmed to secure the private identity or information of the users.
At the same time, COVIDTrace uses a special coding system to identify contacts of infected people to the approved health professionals only.
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