Gbajabiamila’s NCDC Bill Is Satanic – Pastor Giwa


The outspoken Nigerian pastor, Adewale Giwa has urged other religious leaders in Nigeria to unit and speak out against the infectious disease bill currently proposing by the speaker of House of representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila.

Giwa, who is the senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ Ministry, said the bill, if passed would mandate Nigerians to be vaccinated.

Mr Gbajabiamila, while presenting the bill, said the Quarantine Act provides a penalty of N500 for defaulters, but the new bill proposes a penalty of between N200,000 and N5 million as well as jail terms.

The bill seeks to strengthen the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and make it more proactive and “not just reactive and function when there is an outbreak.”

The piece of legislation seeks to empower the president, the minister of health as well as the director-general of NCDC, and the institutions they head, to make regulations on quarantining, vaccination and prevention of infectious diseases in Nigeria.

While some members of the House backed the bill, some called for caution and asked for time before giving it further consideration.

However, Giwa, in a statement to News Desk on Thursday said, the bill represents the mark of the beast in Revelation 13:16-17.

He said,” Why must you mandate us to be vaccinated when you know that it has negative effect?

“I’m urging Nigerians to reject this draconian and satanic bill. This bill will not stand the test of time by the grace of God.

“You cannot force our Lord Jesus Christ to come when he is not ready to do so. In the book of Matthew 24, Jesus Christ highlights some of the events that would inform his coming.

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“These events will happen naturally without anyone forcing them. 

“I raised this particular issue on the April 19, and was published by this revered media organization.

“How come the sponsor of the bill is Gbajabiamila himself? The speaker must be ready to tell the whole world how much he has received to pass this bill.

“I have it on good authority that those who are laying a foundation for the ANTICHRIST are not sleeping; They are planning to divide us.

“I call on other religious leaders in Nigeria to speak out now before they start killing people unjustly.

“The first mission was to weaken the church which they have achieved. However, we must not just display unnecessary pictures to show Nigerians that we are on the mountains praying or sharing some prayer points on the social media accounts.

“We must rise up to speak against Gbajabiamila’s bill. The bill is targeted at both Christians and Muslims, and we must all stand up against it. 

Pastor Adewale Giwa