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COVID vaccines will not be effective — Nigeria should produce its own, says Omale

COVID vaccines will not be effective — Nigeria should produce its own, says Omale
January 03
11:20 2021

Emmanuel Omale, the founder of the Divine Hand of God Prophetic Ministry, Abuja, says COVID-19 vaccines will not be as effective as expected — and that Nigeria should produce its drugs based on herbs.

Globally, over 1.8 million people have died of COVID-19 — but in Nigeria, only 1,294 have lost their lives.

On Thursday, the World Health Organisation (WHO) approved the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for “emergency use”.

It is the first vaccine granted emergency use authorisation by the WHO, and according to Pfizer and BioNTech, it is said to be 90 percent effective.


The vaccine has also been approved in countries such as the UK, US, Malaysia, Switzerland, among others.

But in a statement highlighting 32 prophecies for 2021, Omale said the current COVID-19 vaccine will not deliver desired results.

He said an improvement will be found which will save many infected patients from dying.


Omale added that the federal government should increase investments in the health sector to avoid tragedy.

“The first quarter of 2021 will be very worrisome; government should invest more in the health sector to avoid calamities. Nigeria will have drugs for all diseases if the federal government would invest in doctors and pharmacists,” the prophecy reads.

“The current Covid-19 vaccine will not be as effective as expected, but an improvement will be found and many will be saved. Until then, many need to give their lives to Jesus, as only his healing grace will be sufficient.

“I see Nigeria becoming a health solution to other countries. Let Nigeria produce her own drug. Let us listen to ourselves and believe in ourselves.


“I see herbs being a thriving solution to health problems.”

Some other prophecies include emergence of new military and police chiefs, increased flooding, turbulence within the senate leadership, increased fall of the Naira, and emergence of a new sect with an aim “to pitch the predominantly Christian south against their peaceful Muslim brothers”.

Omale was recently in the news over his relationship with Ibrahim Magu, the suspended acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).



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