Nigeria synagogue ‘prophet’ T.B Joshua ignores Mutharika, hails Magufuli of Tanzania

A  popular Nigerian  Prophet T.B Joshua, founder and leader of the Synagogue Church of all nations has ignored to respond  to Malawian President Peter Mutharika accusations that he is fake evangelist and instead has  praised Tanzania President John Magufuli.

President Magufuli (left) with Propget T.B Joshua
President Magufuli (left) with Propget T.B Joshua

Mutharika publicly attacked  Joshua over an alleged prophecy that he would die soon.

“Let me tell you, Joshua… you will fail. What you did in 2012 will not happen again this year,” Mutharika said  in the capital Lilongwe.

In 2012, Prophet Joshua reportedly predicted the death of a president of an unnamed southern African country.  Bingu wa  Mutharika’s brother, Bingu, who was president at the time, did die within the predicted time frame, giving the prophesy strong currency in Malawi.

Since Mutharika questioned Joshua’s credentials as a prophet, the preacher has not responded.

However, in apparent jibe to Mutharika, the Synagogue prophet has hailed President Magufuli of Tanzania – the neighbours of Malawi.

“A leader should rule in righteousness and in the fear of God so that he can be like a torch for everybody, a shining example for everyone to see,” said T.B Joshua in praising President-of-the-moment Magufuli.

“When one rules over people in righteousness, when he rules in the fear of God, he is like the light of morning at sunrise on a cloudless morning, like the brightness after rain that brings grass from the earth,” the Nigerian preacher said citing Holy Bible verse (2 Samuel 23:3-4).

Reports says that way before Magufuli’s run for presidential  office he had frequently visited Joshua in Nigeria with his family.

But Mutharika attacked Joshua wondering why he not foretold the collapse of a guesthouse in his sprawling Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos in September 2014, which left 116 people dead.

“This all shows that he is a liar. He just wants to raise money,” said  76-year-old Mutharika, pledging to be around in 2019 for the next presidential elections, and in also 2024, when – if re-elected – he will wrap up his last term.

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5 years ago

Psalms 105:15 “saying, touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.” Even when Jesus was on earth during He was also mocked; save yourself, you healed the sick, you raised the dead and why can’t you redeem yourself.

Prophet T. B. Joshua knew that something bad was about to be fallen him but God wanted His name to be glorified.

On this matter Tidzazindikira bwino patsogolo. Amen

5 years ago

dont fear death.if joshua said it will happen then it will happen but if he didnt say it it wont happen to u.dont stress

Evangelist Chiwawa
Evangelist Chiwawa
5 years ago

Ma date akusunthira2
koma inenso imfa imenei ndaikana mdziko lathu lino

5 years ago

Malawians only GOD only knows tomorrow for everybody, lets leave it in the hand of the ALMIGHTY,

5 years ago

Lets look to our God toforgive us & save Malawi as worm heart of Africa.

5 years ago


5 years ago

Peter wo angodikila bs awone ngt joshua akunama km ine ndkudziwa kt NDI ANENA,ANENA A TB JOSHUA

Register ophiri
5 years ago

Hw many presdents here in south Africa? So why our presdent,so busy acusing man of god,lets wait & see de man of Gods prophecy

5 years ago

few days to die.. don’t fear death

gawa prince
5 years ago

dont touch my annoited

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