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TB Joshua speaks on Zim ‘visit’

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THE Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan) yesterday said its leader Nigerian prophet Temitope Balogun (TB) Joshua had no plans to visit Zimbabwe for now, pouring water on attempts by prophet Walter Magaya to bring him to Harare.

THE Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan) yesterday said its leader Nigerian prophet Temitope Balogun (TB) Joshua had no plans to visit Zimbabwe for now, pouring water on attempts by prophet Walter Magaya to bring him to Harare. MOSES MATENGA STAFF REPORTER

In a statement on his official website, TB Joshua said those who were saying he was coming to Zimbabwe were “dreaming” and prayed for the country and its leaders.

“Our attention has been drawn to a newspaper article which claims that Walter Magaya is bringing TB Joshua to Zimbabwe. This is not to be believed. This is a dream,” the statement read.

“We pray that your dream comes to pass one day. Sometimes, one’s heart’s desire comes true if one is steadfast in God’s will.

“It is my desire to come to my country because I love the nation and people of Zimbabwe, but there is no plan for now, so this story is not to be believed.

“Also, regarding the issue of Magaya’s wife undergoing prophetic training at the Scoan, there is nothing like that.

“The story is not true. We do not train people for prophetic ministry; God does by the adoption of the Holy Spirit.

“By the way, how many prophetesses do we have in the Scoan for now? None. God bless the people of Zimbabwe, the nation of Zimbabwe, and its leaders, in Jesus’ name.”

Recently, prophetic healing and deliverance spokesperson Oscar Pambuka said Magaya had gone to Nigeria to consult his spiritual father (TB Joshua) who he had invited to Zimbabwe.

“As you know TB Joshua is Magaya’s spiritual father. So he invited him to visit Zimbabwe sometime in May,” Pambuka was quoted saying.

Pambuka yesterday said he was yet to hear from Magaya “who is still in Nigeria where he is expected to meet TB Joshua today”.

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