South African man claim God spoke to him about Corona vaccine

Willie Gobinca of Soshanguve with tree samples he wants to be tested for the Corona vaccine. Photo by Africa Ka Mahamba

By AFRICA KA MAHAMBA

A SOUTH AFRICAN man, Willie Gobinca of Soshanguve might be the next Moses to save millions of people from Corona Virus’ death if his vaccine turns to be the real one to heal the pandemic.

Gobinca claimed that he heard the voice of God telling him that a big tree in which he was passing it on way to work in Sunnyside outside the Pretoria CBD is a medicine that will save lives.

“The voice said to me medicine when I walk passing that tree but I did not take it seriously. It happened twice before the same voice came in my sleep and ordered me to read take a pen and a paper and write the bible verses down. The bible verses were Deuteronomy 9 verse 12, Malachi 2 verse 4, James 2 verse 7, Deuteronomy 9 verse 1, Psalm 112, and James 2 verses 1, I read them all and they link with a message about things that are happening now.

“After the voice of God told me to cut some of the parts of the tree to be tested by scientists to help in the fight against Corona Virus, the voice told me that the tree will heal the pandemic. I cut the barks, stems, and leaves of the tree because the voice was not specifying which parts I must cut for a sample. I wrote several emails to the department asking them to send scientists who will test the parts of tree but I did not receive any response,” said Gobinca.

The national Department of Health failed to respond to our media inquiry about Willie Gobinca’s vaccine at the time of going to press.

President Ramaphosa to speak tonight

President Cyril Ramaphosa is speaking to the nation tonight. Photo by Africa Ka Mahamba

By AFRICA KA MAHAMBA

THE SOUTH AFRICAN President Cyril Ramaphosa will address the nation today at 7 pm on developments in South Africa’s risk-adjusted strategy to manage the spread of COVID-19.

The Presidential spokesperson Khusela Diko said President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address follows recent meetings of Cabinet, the National Coronavirus Command Council, and the President’s Coordinating Council, which considered the prospects for the country’s progression from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 of the national lockdown.

“As part of exploring possible prospects and assessing the continuing health, social and economic impacts of the pandemic, President Ramaphosa has also held consultative meetings with the business, labour and community constituencies of the National Economic Development and Labour Council; leaders of political parties represented in Parliament; traditional leaders; leadership of interfaith communities; the South African Council of Churches, and the tourism industry, which is the single largest source of employment in the private sector.

“The President’s address will be broadcast live on television and radio and will be streamed live on a range of online platforms”, said Diko.