DJ Tira Believes God Is Angry at Humans, 'Pray' for Covid-19 End

DJ Tira Believes God Is Angry at Humans, 'Pray' for Covid-19 End

- DJ Tira has urged South Africans to pray harder to change the current coronavirus situation in South Africa

- The DJ has also asked citizens to respect government's lockdown regulations

- There are currently 2 272 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the country with 27 fatalities to date

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DJ Tira believes that prayer can change the current coronavirus situation in Mzansi.

He has urged people to pray hard and adhere to government regulations that have been set with an aim to flatten the curve of Covid-19 infections.

Makoya Bearings told TimesLive that God can change the situation "if we humble ourselves".

"We need to pray harder than before and ask God for his intervention and mercy during this difficult time. God is angry and he can change the situation if we humble ourselves and pray earnestly. Only God can bring a change through this difficult time."

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The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker also advised people to use their time at home to exercise to keep themselves healthy during the ongoing lockdown.

"My yard is not big but I managed to do 3km just by going around the house in circles. If you want to keep that happy energy and your body healthy, we must look after our health. It's all in the mind. Even though we are stuck in the house, we need to do some activities that will keep our bodies energetic - or we will end up losing our minds."

The Afrotainment boss said he is also concerned that there were still some people in Mzansi who are not taking the coronavirus situation seriously.

Briefly.co.za has reported about people who have been arrested in the country for breaking the lockdown rules.

Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has confirmed that 2 272 people have tested positive for the coronavirus with 27 fatalities noted.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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