T.B Joshua Reacts to John Mahama’s election 2020 victory prophesy

Nigerian charismatic pastor, televangelist and philanthropist and founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations in Nigeria, Temitope Balogun Joshua, commonly referred to as T. B. Joshua has reacted to news going viral on the internet that seems to suggest that, John Mahama of the opposition National Democratic Congress will emerge victorious in the December 2020 polls based on a puported prophesy made by him.

According to the statement, their attention has been drawn to several articles circulating on the Internet claiming that Prophet TB Joshua has given a prophecy regarding the upcoming presidential elections in Ghana.


“It has been the attitude of some people in Ghana to use my name to promote themselves. The same thing happened in the past. What you did not hear from a prophet of God and you claim he said it is a sin against the Holy Spirit. What will you gain from this? If you don’t retract this, the Holy Spirit will judge you”. The statement reads.

In a published statement, T.B Joshua argued that, the public should remember, the Bible says in John 8:44 that satan is ‘the father of lies’ to that end the public should desist from listening to the father of lies, the sons of lies and the daughters of lies adding that, “Do not sit somewhere, hear this or that and come to a hasty conclusion. I have not said anything concerning this upcoming election in Ghana”.

The statement further stressed that, God requires that, we find out the truth from Him first and hold fast to that which is true, as the Bible says in 1 Thessalonians 5:21, adding that “Emmanuel TV is the only official mouthpiece of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), If you didn’t hear it on Emmanuel TV, please disregard it. This story spreading around Ghana concerning me is not true. This can only come from a liar” The statement emphasized.

Iddrisu Muftaw | Freelance Journalist | Talksafrica.com


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