Bishop Theophilous Ugochukwu, General Overseer of Miracle Assembly Church, Lagos, has disclosed that the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in China, and presently spreading all over the world was revealed by God before the deadly virus spread to Nigeria this year March 2020 and other parts of African countries.
Bishop Ugochukwu, who is a renowned and respected prophet in Nigeria, in a chat with Christian Benefits, said as far as November 2019 before the outbreak of the now pandemic virus in Nigeria last March 2010, God revealed to him an outbreak of a strange disease, which he said left millions of people totally stranded.
His words: In the first week of November 2019, the Lord showed to me millions of people who were totally stranded and the night was fast coming upon them. The Lord said I should look at the other side; it was the gathering of the church people, who were also busy dancing and beating the drums. The third stage was that some group of people from the north rose up and leveled all the north. I shouted in that revelation, I shall not be stranded! I shall not be stranded! I shared the revelation with the entire church (Miracle Assembly Church) and we started the prayer. The whole church slogan today is I shall not be stranded. Face book recently shared on my timeline the revelation I shared all over Nigeria five years ago. I recorded a video to tell the world what will be the solution,” the amiable prophet disclosed.
Bishop Ugochukwu advised churches all over the world to seriously pray against those he described as the enemies of God’s people at the door. “The Church should seriously pray. The enemies of God people at the door of the church. They should stop dancing and enter into prayers, so that they will not join a world that is getting stranded,” the cleric finally advised.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which has reportedly killed millions of people that it has infected, including prominent personalities across the word, is still ravaging globally with grounding of economics and shut down of institutions like schools and churches among others as some of the effects of the pandemic worldwide.