Poplar Nigerian investor and founder of SwiftaCorp, a pioneering African software and technology services group Victor Asemota, who must have had versatile knowledge about 5G Network, has publicly disowned his brother, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome founder and general overseer of Christ Embassy over his 5G network claims.
Asemota announced his decision to cut ties with Pastor Chris Oyakhilome after the respected Clergyman used his platform to spread conspiracy theory that blames 5G network for Coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
Recall that Pastor Chris Oyakhilomeh in a lengthy video uploaded on Youtube explained how the recently launched 5G network is linked to the coronavirus pandemic currently ravaging the world.
The Clergyman stated that the pandemic was created in order to popularize the 5G network which is gradually gaining attention across the world.
Pastor Chris affirmed that with the attention given to the fifth generation of wireless communications technologies due to the pandemic, everyone will embrace it as a solution to their problems out of fear.
He added that these are part of the Antichrist’s plan for a new world order which includes; one world government, one world religion and one world economy. Pastor Chris backed his claim with Revelation Chapter 13.
Asemota, after seeing Chris Oyakhilome’s video, unveiled his relationship with the Clergy man on Twitter, disowned him and gave condition for getting back together as seen below:
Chris Oyakhilome is my brother. We grew up in Benin together and his parents were close mine. My mother still goes to his church and loves him like a son. We have had our differences as brothers but after that 5G video, I have now disowned him until he retracts it. WTF?????
— Victor Asemota (@asemota) April 4, 2020
Asemota also stated that 3 billion views are not 3 billion unique people viewing but how many times a video/videos have been seen.
3 billion views are NOT 3 Billion UNIQUE people viewing.
It is how many times a video/videos have been seen.
It is a VERY impressive number but it also most likely than not means a lot of repetitive views.
People seem to base respect on herds, and not fact
— Victor Asemota (@asemota) April 5, 2020
Watch Pastor Chris Oyakhilome 5G Network Conspiracy Theory Video below: