Apostle Johnson Suleman, the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International has said the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is not demonic, but medically dangerous for use.
The vaccine has been the subject of several debates.
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Despite the fact that the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) have declared the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines to be safe and reliable, more deaths and illnesses have been recorded as a result of their use.
Nigeria received 3.94 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccines in early March and has since started vaccination with health care staff. The Nigerian government, on the other hand, stated that the vaccines would not be suspended because they had been tested and approved for use.
The Nigerian televangelist, speaking on Sunday at his church headquarters in Auchi, Edo State, said something was wrong medically with the vaccine, though not all doses were affected.
“People have been asking me to talk about the Astrazenca COVID-19 vaccine, whether it is safe or not,” the clergy said.
“I took the time to pray about it specifically. God explained to me that there is nothing wrong with the vaccine psychologically, but there is something wrong with it medically. I’m not sure what it is, but there is something unresolved in people’s responses.
“If someone tells you it’s demonic, don’t believe them.
“Even in this country (Nigeria), the vaccine will be phased out at some point, but by that time, people will have received it.
“The virus has been swept away by the wind that brought it.
“You are free to take it if you like, but something is wrong.
He said, “What’s wrong with it isn’t in all doses; it’s in particular doses.”
Because of evidence linking the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to blood clots, a number of countries have put the vaccine on hold.
Germany, France, Italy, and Spain have joined Ireland, Denmark, Thailand, the Netherlands, Norway, Iceland, Congo, and Bulgaria in suspending use of the vaccine.
Following an inquiry by European regulators into allegations of blood clots, Germany and France reversed their decision.