TB Joshua warns Malawians: Beware of fraudsters

Nigeria’s the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) of famous Prophet TB Joshua has warned Malawians that some internet bureau owners are selling fake photocopied and laminated SCOAN tickers in the country.

This is mainly taking place in the cities of Blantyre, Lilongwe, Zomba and Mzuzu, according to SCOAN.

“The Synagogue Church of All Nations, Lagos, Nigeria would like to condemn in strongest terms the act of some internet bureaus who are selling photocopied and laminated SCOAN stockers here in Malawi, thereby collecting money from innocent individuals. This malpractice is illegal.

“Be warned that the photocopied stickers are not anointed; they are just ordinary pieces of paper. Beware of these thieves; they have nothing to do with prophet T.B Joshua, The SCOAN or Emmanuel TV. They are fraudsters,” reads the statement issued by the church and made available to Nyasa Times.

Prophet TB Joshua: They are fraudsters

Prophet TB Joshua: They are fraudsters

The church is further advising Malawians that the original anointing stickers are not for sale; they are given for free at the SCOAN headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria.

People from around the world flock in large numbers to SCOAN particularly to meet prophet Joshua, well known for making intriguing prophecies and conducting deliverance sessions.

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