Ghana’s Counselor Lutterodt Prays Against Covid-19 In Cemetery

Ghanaian man of God, Rev. Cyril George Carstensen Lutterodt, popularly known as Counselor Lutterodt, has stormed the Osu Cemetery, in Accra to pray against the novel coronavirus.

He made the move on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, to pray against the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

Ghana has reportedly recorded some 313 confirmed cases of the virus with six deaths and three recoveries.

There is a ban in Ghana on gatherings including church services due to the outbreak of the virus.

The prayer section lasted for about an hour with the Rev speaking in tongues, African Entertainment has gathered.

One would say he was engaged in a spiritual warfare.

He took along with him a bottle of anointing oil, one bottle of water and a bottle of communion wine.

His prayer which focused on the eradication of COVID-19, says “I declare liberty, I declare freedom in the name of Jesus, I bring out my body unto You and declare that, Lord, none is buried. I activate and ask the souls of the dead people to arise in this sun. That the arrow that flies by day, will not have any impact… Covid-19, it’s your end…”

In a video, as he used the anointing oil, he spoke these words: “to break every yolk”, the water to “purify the land” and the communion wine to cast away demons making it impossible to find a remedy.

Confirmed coronavirus cases around the world are around 1.5 million while an estimated 90,000 people have died due to the virus.

Counselor Lutterodt as a man of God is renowned in Ghana for openly discussing relationship issues, especially ones that bother on sex.

He is a regular panelist for talkshows on relationship matters on many television stations in Ghana including GhOne, UTV.

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