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Femi Fani-Kayode reacts to Melinda Gates’ statement that there will be bodies in the streets of Africa if Coronavirus is not brought under control (video)

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Femi Fani-Kayode has accused Melinda Gates and her husband Bill Gates of trying to “cull the population of the world” after Melinda stated that, if the Coronavirus is not brought under control, there will be dead bodies all over the streets of Africa.

 

Former Aviation Minister, FFK said Melinda Gates proclamation is spiritual and it shows the plans she and her husband Bill Gates have for Africa.

 

For a while now, FFK has been accusing Bill and Melinda Gates of trying to reduce the population of the world by introducing a Coronavirus vaccine that will affect people negatively. He shared the same sentiment in his video response to Melinda.

 

He went on to reject Melinda’s statement while quoting the Bible.

 

He said: A lady by the name Melinda Gates made a statement that she sees dead bodies all over the streets of Africa. Now, I want to tell you this, that there’s a spiritual principle involved here.

 

“When you say you see dead bodies all over the streets of Africa, you’re actually projecting that and it’s a spiritual principle…

 

“For every physical battle, before you enter it, there’s a spiritual pronouncement. That’s why you have to pronounce things before you say or do anything, or before you go forward.

 

“Now, she has made her pronouncement, we know what she wants to do, we know what her husband is doing, we know what they’re planning concerning their magic vaccine which is actually designed to cull the population of the world.”

 

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At this point in the video, he began to quote the Bible while rebuking Melinda Gates’ statement.

 

Melinda appeared on CNN where she expressed fears about Coronavirus in Africa and likened it to what is currently happening in Ecuador where dead bodies are being put out on the streets to the point that the government has started to share cardboard coffins (read here).

 

Watch FFK’s response in the video below.

 

 

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