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Pastor Denies Having Cure For Ebola

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Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, the Senior Pastor of Trinity House Church has denied a media report that said he claimed to have powers to heal the Ebola virus and that he advised patients struck with it not to seek medical treatment.

This allegation was made as a result of his facebook post which he made on the 26th of July which sparked a lot of outrage in the public, as well as discrediting comments. The post read thus:

"I just saw this and I think it will help many believers

Solution to Ebola!

Several years ago, Ebola virus erupted in Africa, killing thousands without restrain or cure. The medical world was perplexed. A great man of God by the name John G Lake came to the rescue, laying hands on infected people who were not to be touched.

The slightest contact with any secretion from an infected person is all it takes for transmission. But with bare hands, cleaning secretions and curing every victim, John G Lake, along with his Holy Ghost filled team, brought to an abrupt end the spread of the deadly virus.

When asked by the medical world how he did it, he had this to say; 'I have the life of God in me, every virus that comes in contact with me dies'. He asked them to get an innoculum from an infected person, observe same under a microscope to ascertain viral activities  in it.

They did and confirmed living and multipluing virus. He then asked them to put the innoculum on his palm and observe under the microscope. This time, there were no more activities. ALL WERE DEAD upon contact with him. What a life! Every child of God has this life! He that has the Son has this life! That higher life that put out Ebola in the days of John G Lake will do the same through you in your day! At the name of Jesus, Ebola will bow out! Stop the fear!

Let this message of hope and faith go viral and the Ebola viral spread will stop! Don't disdain the ever living words of Jesus:

And these signs shall follow them that believe, in my Name, they shall cast out devils, they shall speak with new tongues, they shall take up serpents, and if they drink any deadly thing (Ebola virus included) it shall not hurt them, they shall lay hand on the sick (those already infected) and they shall recover- Mark 16:15-18.

John G Lake and team are all gone! But I am here, you are here! We can save our world!

We have the life of God in us!

Spread the faith!

Stop the fear!

Spread the life!

Stop the death!

Yes you can!

The world belongs to you!

Cause you belong to Jesus!

Halleluyah!"

Pastor Ighodalo expressed his disappointment in the Punch newspaper and the journalist Temitayo Famutimi for publishing such allegations against him as it did with the negative interpretations. He went on to say that the headline of the story and its contents were clearly written with sensationalism in mind.

"The original message was a message of hope and faith reminding us of the ever living words of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and reaffirming our belief that 'with God, all things are possible', using the John Lake testimony and written to encourage us never to cease praying no matter what we or the world may be going through"

",,,,In no way did the story suggest for people to act irresponsibly with regards to any medical emergency including the Ebola virus", he noted.

Pastor Ighodalo sympathized with those who have lost their loved ones to Ebola, AIDS, cancer, malaria, and other diseases . He also prayed that God would comfort those going through the trauma.

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