LAGOS – The District Superintendent, Apostolic Faith, West Africa, Rev. Emmanuel Adeniran, said on Tuesday that ensuring personal hygiene and environmental sanitation could help prevent Ebola Virus infection.
Adeniran said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on the sideline of a three-week Camp Meeting of the church holding at Faith City, Igbesa in Ogun State
The theme of the meeting is “The Power of Worship“. [eap_ad_1] “Most of the viruses and all the epidemic that we have around us can be prevented, and we can have a guard of prevention if we are very serious about hygiene.
“In this camp, we have told people that the first thing to do before you eat is to wash your hands with soap and you should maintain good hygiene; we are not afraid of Ebola.
“God has delivered us from the fear of Ebola; the fear of Ebola cannot come to us because the fear of God is first in us.
“Following the word of God, by the grace of God no Ebola will come here; I am not thinking of Ebola here I’m only praying for the larger country.
“Because while the children of Israel were in Goshen, while all the Egyptians were suffering, God provided a cover for His people; and He has promised us that cover, so am not afraid of it.“