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Five Viral Claims On Christianity You Need To Read This Easter

  1. COVID-19 Vaccines Tested Safe, Not ‘deadly’ As Preached By Bishop Oyedepo

David Oyedepo, a Christian cleric, once warned his members against taking the COVID-19 vaccine. He said the vaccine was deadly and had not been tested. The widely reported claim is false and misleading. Read more here.

  1. Debunked: Viral False Claims Following the Demise of TB Joshua

Following the announcement of the death of the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B Joshua, several false claims surfaced about his coffin and the miracles that allegedly happened at his funeral. These claims have been fact-checked and here are our findings.

  1. Manipulated Video Shows Adeboye Saying T.B Joshua Tried To Kill Him

A YouTube video showed the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, saying late televangelist,Temitope Joshua tried to kill him. The video is fake and misleading, read the fact check here.

  1. A Parish Of RCCG Launched Dating Website, Not The Entire Church

A viral Twitter screenshot claims the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has launched an online dating website. However, DUBAWA findings show that the dating website was launched by a parish of the church and not the entire church. Read the full fact check here.

  1. Nigerian University Did Not Ban Sunday Activities For Christian Students

A Twitter user claimed that the Federal University DUTSIN-MA in Katsina State has banned Sunday activities for Christians on campus, but it’s not accurate as the president of the Christian students fellowship in the institution confirmed that Sunday service is not banned. However, fellowship days are reduced from three to two days. Read more here.

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