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Nigerian Pastor Endorses 5G, Says He Would Love To Use It

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Popular preacher, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, leader of LoveWorld Inc. better known as Christ Embassy,has retracted his recent claims that the introduction of 5G networks caused the coronavirus pandemic.

Chris’ claims included that 5G — the fifth generation of wireless communications technologies supporting cellular data networks — was initiated to facilitate a “new world order.”

Recall,Pastor Chris received a tonne of backlash from the public and his fellow top preachers.

In announcing his new position he stressed that the first position was based on health concerns. He said the concerns were aggravated by seeming disinterest of authorized regulators to give clarity on the technology.

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He said, as a healer health was a key concern in his line of work: “I meet with sick people all the time. And so, no matter how interested I am in the 5G, I’m going to put health first. “Are there health risks, what are the health implications?

“Those are my concerns and I became even more concerned when I found out that regulators didn’t seem to care much in looking into the details and the cause of the independent scientist and experts, medical experts.

“I would love to go on a 5G for hours if they roll it out but it’s important that all its health risks be understood and where there are challenges, it should be fixed. If there are health risks, they should be fixed. We want to go on extraordinary technology but we must also consider all the health implications. That’s my point.”

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