The usual has happened again! A report came to our notice that Popular Nigerian Prophet, Temitope Joshua, otherwise known as T.B Joshua, had warned members of his church to pray against the Bristow Helicopter Plane Crash that happened on Wednesday. This was revealed by a staunch member of the The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations, who identified himself as Chukwu.
In Mr. Chukwu’s words;
“This is prayer answered that all aboard survived! Last Sunday, Prophet T.B. Joshua prophesied that Nigeria should pray ‘this coming Wednesda.y. I have followed his track record and know that whenever he speaks prophetically, there will always be an accompanying sign to back it up. I, for one, certainly offered prayers this morning, as the prophet instructed.”
The plane crash prophesied about was a Bristow owned helicopter that was traveling from Port Harcourt to Lagos, and had earlier disappeared from radar. Although the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) spokesperson, Ibrahim Farinloye, confirmed that no live was lost in the crash, Nigerians are becoming skeptical about the management and maintenance system of this aircraft, as it is less than six months they had a fatal crash that claimed several lives.
Meanwhile, this would not be the first time that the controversial leader of the Church of All Nations (SCOAN), and founder of Emmanuel Television, is linked to prophecies of ill events in Nigeria and around the world. Most times the news of his prophesies come to lime light after the incident has occurred. A few times also he had declared some words which went viral and eventually came to pass as well.
Prophet T. B Joshua is well known across Africa for his media and his online presence. He has over 1,500,000 fans on Facebook and hundreds of YouTube videos, which have proved controversial and amassed millions of views. In 2011, Forbes estimated his net-worth at $15 Million, which translates to N4.5billion with the current exchange rate. He is wealth, spirit-filled, and knows how to remain relevant in the social society, as well as spiritual.