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Healing claim: WHO seeks partnership with TB Joshua



W.H.O has reacted to claims by Cameroonian medical doctor, Kameni Pierre, to have received COVID-19 healing from the popular Nigerian pastor, TB Joshua.

  The world health agency, through its Director-General, Tedros Ghebreyesus, said it is ready to collaborate with bodies like Joshua’s the Synagogue Church of All Nations, which TB Joshua is overseeing, to advance the cause of the war against the deadly virus.

  The Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies, Michael Ryan, and other officials while reacting to Cameroonian journalist, Simon Ateba’s questions during an interactive media session on Wednesday about the miracle affirmed receiving information from Cameroun medic of being healed from COVID-19.

  “The gynaecologist and obstetrician, said he was suffering from COVID-19 and was in isolation in a hospital ward when he called in via video to receive prayer during an interactive programme on Emmanuel TV.

  He displayed his COVID-19 positive medical report and while receiving prayer from Joshua, he ‘vomited out’ the disease.” The Cameroonian journalist asked.

   “Certainly, spiritual leadership is very important in a time like this,” Ryan said praising the role of faith-based organisations in providing accurate information to communities.

  On his part, WHO boss said, faith and science should go together.

  “We know many religious leaders who would really advise their followers to follow their faith and at the same time use science. The two do not contradict; they go together… We will call on all religious leaders to be in this fight and save lives.”

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