by Chidi Okoye
A Namibian politician, Alex Kamwi, says the 12 September collapse of a church building in T.B. Joshua’s Synagogue church of all Nations has further strengthened his faith in God.
Kamwi, the president of the Caprivi African National Union (CANU), says he is an associate of Joshua and he helps widows and orphans in Namibia.
While speaking to local publication, New Era, he said, “Our faith has been increased and, now more than ever, many people want to go to Nigeria.”
He said the tragedy should not stop people from visiting the church and that Joshua should not be blamed for the collapse.
He said, “It means only the chosen people shall be able to go, those with faith that cannot fear any discouragement. The collapse of the church building should not be blamed on the man of God. The man of God prophesied about the dark cloud that was on Nigeria but God did not reveal to him it was his church that will collapse.”
Kamwi also quoted a bible verse, 1 John 2:9 to defend the Prophet and founder of the Synagogue church of all Nations. He said, “Anyone who claims to be in the light but hates his brother is still in the darkness. People should not judge the Man of God, everyone that judge him is in the dark.”
Meanwhile, he also cautioned people to be careful of the utterances they say about Joshua. He said their words are not against the pastor, but against the Holy Spirit and God will deal with them his own way. “He that despises, despises not man but God,” added Kamwi.
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