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Sunday, February 18, 2018

trending:T.B Joshua Visits Zimbabwe After “False” Prophecies Against Robert Mugabe. Photo

Nigerian Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua commonly referred to as T. B. Joshua the leader and founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on Friday arrived in the Zimbabwean capital Harare for a day’s visit on what has been described as a ‘private visit’.

Joshua who until now was banned from the country after what were seen as “false” prophecies against former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe.

He paid a courtesy call on Vice-President Kembo Mohadi and Minister of Scholarships Dr Christopher Mushohwe.

Acting Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Simon Khaya Moyo told The Sunday Mail that President Mnangagwa could not meet the prophet as he had other commitments.

“We understand some people are spreading false information that we snubbed TB Joshua. I want to make it clear that the President did not snub TB Joshua, he is not a snubber.”

On his itinerary were also meetings with ‘spiritual sons’ including Zimbabwean prophet Walter Magaya among others.

After landing at Robert Mugabe International Airport aboard a private jet, TB Joshua went to a local hotel, where a number of people were lined up for private discussions with the televangelist.

His visit is believed to have been organised by Brandme International executive director Mrs Josey Mahachi-Agbeniyi, who told The Sunday Mail that Prophet TB Joshua will hold a crusade in Zimbabwe soon.

Mrs Mahachi-Agbeniyi confirmed this, “He just wanted to see Zimbabwe. For someone at his level, he would not do so without paying a courtesy call on Government officials. Unfortunately, when he was available, the President had other engagements. He (the prophet) had to rush for an urgent event in Lagos, so he left late Friday night.

He is seen here with Zimbabwean second Vice-president Kembo Dugish Campbell Mohadi [L] and Minister of Scholarships Dr Christopher Mushohwe [R] .

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