Don’t visit T.B Joshua’s church till Nigeria is Ebola-free – Namibian Health Minister

by Kolapo Olapoju

Following the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Namibians have been urged to not travel to Nigeria for prayers and spiritual healing at T.B Joshua’s Synagogue church of all nations.

Dr Richard Kamwi, the minister of health and social services, says until the Ebola virus is brought under control, they should remain in their country.

On 5 August, a 49-year-old woman who arrived at Hosea Kutako International Airport from Nigeria, was kept under observation for 21 days at Windheok State Hospital.

Kamwi said, “No Namibians should take the risk of travelling to Ebola-affected countries for religious congregation.”

“Visiting Ebola-hit countries will put us all at risk of getting the infection and spreading the disease to Namibia.”

Meanwhile, last week, about 20 Namibians who arrived the country from Nigeria were checked for Ebola symptoms.

The group of people had reportedly travelled to Nigeria for spiritual healing at TB Joshua’s church.

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  1. diz type of a command cnt make it for u sir……wen head is on hill to cut it is not d soluution,but to luk for threatment.

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