By Toba Adedeji, Osogbo
The Bishop of Ijesa North Anglican Diocesan Headquarters, Oke-Eruru, Ijebu-Jesa, Osun State, Rt.Rev. Dr Issac Oluyamo, has charged the Presidential Activity Pressure on COVID-19 to declare nationwide prayer and fasting in opposition to the pandemic.
Dr Oluyamo made this identified after a gathering held on Friday with different clergymen within the space to deliberate on learn how to adhere to guideline put in place by Osun state authorities to curb the unfold of the virus because the ban was lifted on spiritual actions.
He recommended the Presidential Activity Pressure on COVID-19 on the position performed in rolling out modalities that can forestall the unfold of the virus and for contemplating the opening of spiritual centres within the nation.
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The bishop implored the PTF to declare nationwide prayer and fasting for divine therapeutic of the nation thereby placing an finish to the lethal virus because the ban is lifted on spiritual gatherings.
He held that authorities opening spiritual gathering mustn’t simply be for private prayer however prayer for the nation in all ramification.
He stated that the economic system of the nation is vastly affected similar to different nation and Nigerians ought to use some interval to wish for the nation.
In keeping with him, the opening of spiritual gathering is for us to name on God to finish the pandemic and restore what we’ve misplaced. We must always not give possibilities to the satan in any method however we should unanimously pray for an finish to this coronavirus and likewise adhere to authorities pointers to halt the unfold of coronavirus.
“I name on the Presidential Activity Pressure to declare nationwide prayer and fasting for the nation. In order that we should always name on God collectively for him to revive us and bless us extra abundantly. Opening of spiritual gatherings needs to be first for the expansion of the nation and never private curiosity,” he ended.