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Author of book on TB Joshua explains his Covid-19 prophecy

by Church Times



Imo State born human rights activist and author, Comrade Paul Ikechukwu Njoku, has observed that many did not understand the prophecy about the extinction of Covid-19 given by Prophet T.B. Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations located in Lagos,Nigeria.


Prophet TB Joshua had prophesied on the first week of March that the  pandemic known as Coronavirus would end on March 27, 2020.


This prophecy was punctured by many shortly after the March 27 predicted date expired; as the cases of infected people did not abate.


But Njoku who authored a three-volume book on TB Joshua in December 2019, said: “I am a Catholic faithful and an ex-Seminarian of Umuahia Catholic Diocese, I strongly believe that Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, remains a true prophet.


“His prophecy on the cessation of Coronavirus is significantly coming to a total fulfillment as Wuhan and one other province in China were free of Coronavirus before the aforementioned March 27, 2020 and this happened after the unusual rainfall in the region and other places as prophesied by TB Joshua.


“It was reported in the news before March 27, 2020, that all the thousands of medical doctors and nurses have left Wuhan. Some people were healed of the Coronavirus even in Nigeria. Everything was restored to normalcy in Wuhan-China being the epicenter of the pandemic. Chinese are sending many testimonies to that effect and so shall Coronavirus be completely kicked out. And we shall testified to the Glory of God all over the world.


He explained that the date mentioned by TB Joshua indicates the date of its end by God almighty. “God has ended Coronavirus spiritually right from March 27, 2020. What we are  seeing around the globe today are just the remnants and the devastating effects of the pandemic which were the words, prophetic utterances and interpretation of TB Joshua’s prophecy on coronavirus.


Njoku, said his experience doing a private investigation on TB Joshua without getting to meet him informed the three-volume book he wrote on him and his ministry.


He said the book will soon be made public


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