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What God told me about AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine – Apostle Suleman



What God told me about AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine - Apostle Suleman

Apostle Johnson Suleman, the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, has said that although the Oxford- AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is not demonic, it is medically unsafe for use, THE WITNESS is reporting.

There have been a lot of controversies about the vaccine.

Despite the World Health Organization (WHO) and European Medicines Agency (EMA) declaring the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines safe and effective, more deaths and illness are still being reported from its use.

Nigeria had in early March received 3.94 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccines and has since commenced vaccination beginning with health care workers. The Nigerian government, however, said it would not suspend the use of the vaccines because they were tested and authorised for use.

But speaking on Sunday at his church headquarters in Auchi, Edo State, the Nigerian televangelist said something was wrong medically with the vaccine, though not all the doses are affected.

According to the clergy: “People have been asking me to speak about the Astrazenca COVID-19 vaccine, if it’s safe or not.

“I took my time to specially pray about it. God revealed to me that spiritually, nothing is wrong with the vaccine, but medically, something is wrong. I don’t know what it is but there is something unresolved which I saw reacting in people.

“If somebody tells you it’s demonic, it’s not true.

“Even in this country (Nigeria), a time will come they will stop the vaccine, but by then, they’d have already given it to people.

“The wind that brought the virus has blown it away.

“If you want to take it, you are free, but something is wrong.

“What is wrong with it is not in all the doses; it’s in specific doses,” he concluded.

A number of nations had paused using the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine because of reports the vaccine might be linked to blood clots.

Germany, France, Italy, and Spain have become the latest countries to suspend using the vaccine, joining Ireland, Denmark, Thailand, the Netherlands, Norway, Iceland, Congo, and Bulgaria.

Germany and France later reversed their decision following an investigation into the reports of blood clots by the European regulators.