Article by: Natalie Müller
Chief Justice mogoeng mogoeng is this afternoon, addressing the media, following the release of the Judiciary 2019/2020 annual report.
During his address, Mogoeng Mogoeng was met with an influx of questions from members of the media, not per se about the annual report but surprisingly about his statements and prayer around the Covid-19 vaccine that is expected to be rolled out in South Africa.
The questions are following the chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng visit yesterday (10 December 2020), as he closed off his public address at Tembisa hospital with a prayer. “If there be any vaccine that is of the devil; meant to infuse 666 in the lives of people…” prayed Mogoeng Mogoeng.
I thought this was a metaphor.— Minister of Transport |Mr Fix (@MbalulaFikile) December 11, 2020
The Chief Justice says he will not beg for permission to pray. He says he stands by his prayer that any Covid-19 vaccine manufactured to advance a satanic agenda must be destroyed.
Mogoeng called on higher powers to intervene in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social media has been abuzz since the prayer by Mogoeng, as he cautioned that Faith needs to be used when choosing a vaccine to combat the coronavirus. Since the emergence of the video of Mogoeng Mogoeng’s prayer, the nation seems to be in agreement with the points raised in the Chief Justices prayer.
The Department of Health has warned citizens that South Africa could be facing its second wave of Covid-19 infections. SA remains the leading country to have registered the most infections and COVID19-related deaths on the continent.
Government is studying the data of numerous candidates before purchasing a vaccine.
This is a developing story