Pastor Chris says Black Lives Matter protests are all about implanting microchips, not racism

Mildred Europa Taylor Jun 29, 2020 at 08:00am

June 29, 2020 at 08:00 am | News

Mildred Europa Taylor

Mildred Europa Taylor | Associate Editor

June 29, 2020 at 08:00 am | News

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome. Photo: Loveworld News

Nigerian preacher Chris Oyakhilome of the Christ Embassy or LoveWorld Incorporated has said that the protests that have engulfed the United States following the killing of George Floyd are not about racism or black lives but a ploy to implant microchips into Americans and other citizens of the world.

Speaking during the “Global Day Of Prayer” program on LoveWorld TV last week, the pastor said the microchips will be used to control and monitor people as the police will be ‘disbanded’ and everyone would be compelled to have a microchip implanted into them to reduce crime.

“There are many who don’t know what is going on in the United States with the riots. It’s not about the guy that died, it is not about black folks, and it’s not about black lives matter,” Oyakhilome said during the program.

“I will tell you what it is about. From protests to riots and then more people have died since then and the call for disbanding, abrogation, cancellation, defunding of the police.

“Why is that? (Do) you think it is limited to the United States? No, it is not. Why are they doing it? It is part of the game. It is simply because they want to come in with the alternative method for security. What is that alternative method? It is total control- RFID microchip. That is what it’s about.

“And so, you are going to find people getting rid of their police and you will see cities experimenting one after the other. The cities say no police, everyone must get the microchip. And with that, you are going to know everybody. They will know everyone and crime will be controlled and they have got the media to hype it and in spite of its failure, they will praise it like the best thing in the world. That is what it’s about.”

In April, the Nigerian leader emerged as the continent’s most powerful evangelist of the theory of some sinister doing behind the coronavirus pandemic – he connected the coronavirus pandemic with 5G technology.

Oyakhilome, whose church is said to have about 13 million followers worldwide, claimed that COVID-19 was being spread by the 5G technology but later backtracked.

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