It appears God is in constant communication with Nigerian pastors regarding the deadly Coronavirus which has virtually left the whole world on tenterhooks.

Recently, it was Pastor David Elijah of the Glorious Mount of Possibility Church in Lagos who threatened to storm China where the virus is said to have originated from and destroy it.

His daring threat attracted a lot of mixed reactions with some people daring him to follow through the threat while others made a mockery of him, calling him a braggart.

This time around, Nigerian popular televangelist, Temitope Balogun Joshua, commonly referred to as T. B. Joshua, has revealed that the current rainfall in China will end the widespread occurrences of the infectious disease.

The founder and leader of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) claimed that God spoke to him through a revelation and promised to wipe the Coronavirus epidemic with rain.

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Speaking on his Facebook page, TB Joshua Ministries, the man of God further claimed that he pleaded with God to cause the rain to fall in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the coronavirus.

“Since yesterday, when the Lord brought the revelation about the rain and that this rain will wipe away the epidemic coronavirus, I asked the Lord to make this happen in the place where the coronavirus started which is Wuhan, China. Right now, it is raining in Wuhan, China.

“The purpose of this rain is to wipe out this epidemic called coronavirus and it will continue till the end of this week.

Whether you come in contact with the rain or not, it does not matter. The Lord said to me that it will rain and it is raining. Glory be to God!” portions of the man of God’s post reads.

So far, the Coronavirus which the World Health Organisation (WHO) named Covid 19 has hit 70 countries after it broke out in Wuhan, China mid-December last year.

Nigeria, Senegal, and Egypt have recorded some cases where suspected carriers of the virus tested positive.

As of Monday, March 2nd, 2020, the global coronavirus death toll passed 3,000 and almost 90,000 cases worldwide.

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