Nigerians Say Laying Hands On Infected People, Is Not A Cure For 'EBOLA VIRUS' Accused Pastor Of Misleading Members Of The Public!
Lord have mercy, pastors and their love of popularity and money. The Lagos State Government has warned the public to be wary of some pastors who claim to have a cure for the dreaded Ebola virus. As of now, there's no specific treatment for the virus. Efforts to help persons, who are infected include giving them either oral rehydration therapy or intravenous fluids. The disease has a high death rate: often between 50 percent and 90 percent of those who are infected with the virus.
The Founder of Trinity House, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, made on his church's official Facebook page, a statement claiming he has found a solution to the deadly Ebola disease, which has killed no fewer than 670 people and infected more than 1,000 in Africa.
Ighodalo says that God’s “anointing” and the “living words of Jesus,” were all that are needed to cure the deadly disease. He is drawing inspiration from the late Canadian–American Pentecostal pastor, John D. Lake, who, according to him, cured those infected by the virus. He says he can perform the same feat as Lake who reportedly laid hands on some Africans infected by the Ebola virus and healed them.