How Lesotho rubbished Oyakhilome's 5G conspiracy theory

Chris Oyakhilome

Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy

Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy

For days, founder of Christ Embassy, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has been in the news. He has trended so much on social media; reason, being his 5G conspiracy theory and coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

He had said it was 5G that was killing people and not COVID-19 as world leaders made people to believe.

“Don’t think what is happening right now has to do with a virus. It’s not a virus. The world has chosen to be deceived. As they have been deceived many times before.

“This is not the pandemic. Question, where did the other ones go? No one is asking. I have asked the question, ‘Where do viruses come from?’ They are not found in nature, it means they’re created. I’m trying to let you know the reason you’re in your house. I call it a global siege.

“What they don’t tell you is that your body can be connected. Did you know that once that happens you can also be controlled as your devices are controlled. Meaning that signals can be sent to your brain, your brain can be controlled. Once that happens you are no longer yourself. The idea is controlling the new race.

“So since they can’t vaccinate everyone, they started vaccinating children and raising them that way. You wanna know what’s going on in the world? There’s a movie called “Divergent” from 2014. That’s what the groups that are interested in the new world order are up to, to put vaccine in your body containing a digital ID, by which you as a human being can be controlled, you cease to be yourself,” he said.

According to Oyakhilome, to achieve the vaccination, “they are using 2 things: 1. They created a pandemic (Covid19) in order to create fear and panic. 2. They use internet of things (IOT), and created 5G (people can easily embrace it), which causes health issues, but you wouldn’t know because they made you love the high internet speed.

“Both strategies lead to achieving their initial plan, vaccination with digital ID. If these groups were not hiding anything,……1. They forced everyone to stay indoors (aka quarantine/lockdown), but they have people busy installing 5G connections outside.

Oyakhilome added: “If you still don’t yet know what is going on, know today; it’s not about the Coronavirus. This is basically a group of people serving a devilish cause trying to checkmate humanity to hell. Don’t be ignorant, neither silent. This isn’t a time to sit on the fence because there is no fence. This isn’t about religion because as you can see, there isn’t one either. It boils down to two options: Life or Death.

“We are still in the age of the Church and the anti-christ cannot advance his plans yet. The Bible is clear that after the Rapture of the Church, the son of perdition will be revealed. Brothers and sisters, this isn’t a time to play with Christianity. Give your life to Christ now while you still can because these things will happen, but after the Church is raptured.”

Oyakhilome went further in his conspiracy theory by saying that the Federal Government locked down Lagos and Abuja because it wanted to secretly install 5G and not because of Coronavirus.

He said the cities were not locked down because of Coronavirus, but because of the 5G.

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He also said what killed people in Wuhan, China was not Coronavirus, but 5G.

“5G is the reason the Federal Government has to lockdown Abuja and Lagos so the 5G could be installed. And there are other cities planned for and as I said before, what killed people in Wuhan, China is not the virus, it was the 5G. If you say it is not, tell us how you discovered yours,” he said in a TV interview.

But Lesotho, a country of two million people, has shamed Oyakhilome and his conspiracy theory. Lesotho is one of the two countries in Africa that has not been infected with Coronavirus. The other nation is Comoros.

Lesotho got connected with 5G in 2018 and there is no case of Coronavirus in that nation. On August 25, 2018, South Africa’s Vodacom launched what it said was Africa’s first commercial 5G internet service in Lesotho.

Vodacom, South Africa’s biggest mobile operator by market value, said the rollout of the 5G, or fifth generation, standards-based service would provide subscribers in the land-locked mountain kingdom with “fibre-like” internet speeds.

The company said its operation in Lesotho had been assigned spectrum in the 3.5GHz band, enabling the launch of a commercial 5G service.

How will Oyakhilome explain this? One expects that Lesotho would have been crushed by 5G right now as Oyakhilome’s theory suggested.

What this suggests is that Oyakhilome’s conspiracy theory is a hoax, unfounded and unscriptural.





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