Prophet T.B. Joshua Addresses Coronavirus, Humble Beginnings & His Experience in Ministry

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Following the “failure” to come to fruition of his COVID-19 prophecy, many thought Nigerian televangelist and leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) T.B. Joshua, was finished.

He was derided on social media and branded as a false prophet.

But the SCOAN leader seems unfazed by this prevalent criticism.

Matter of fact, he is using his platform to address relevant topics such as his humble beginnings, extensive experiences in the ministry and of course the novel coronavirus as the world can’t seem to take it off their mouths.

The 56 years old cleric gave held an exclusive online interview on Sunday at The Emmanuel TV Studios in Lagos, Nigeria, where he answered viewers’ questions.

In one scene, Joshua warned world leaders and scientists of “God’s anger” if they fail to take proactive measures to help “displaced people” from “troubled spots” such as Syria following the Coronavirus outbreak he accused them of creating.

In another instance, he stressed that the impatience of today’s generation has led many to make rash decisions too quickly which later prove detrimental.

“If you do not know how to maintain the little of today, you may not know how to maintain the big of tomorrow,” he warned, using his own life experience to bolster his advice.

In closing, Papa Temitope Balogun Joshua called on his partners to support those “most affected” by the lockdown instituted in multiple nations to try and curb the coronavirus spread.

“In a world that cares less, we should care more,” advised the cleric.

Watch the full interview below.

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