by Kolapo Olapoju
Founder of Synagogue Church of all Nations, T.B Joshua has denied being behind the rumours of salt-water being a cure for the deadly Ebola virus disease.
The Pastor also said the rumours about a Liberian man who came to his church for deliverance and subsequently died of Ebola is false and malicious.
While speaking to our reporter on the telephone, Joshua said, “I never told anyone, in private or public, to bath with salt to cure Ebola. Those carrying such rumours, including the latest rumour that a Liberian man who came to our church for deliverance has died of Ebola, should stop, or will be adequately rewarded.”
Meanwhile, the church recently released a statement addressing the rumours and widespread reports linking him to the Salt water farce.
The statement read in part: “Our attention has been draw to a rumour spreading in some Africa country and online that Prophet T.B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of all nation in corroboration with the ministry of health, instructed the citizens of those nations battling with Ebola virus to take their bathe with warm water and salt for protection and healing from the deadly Ebola Virus. We are using this medium to inform the world and especially, those nations battling with this virus that Prophet T.B Joshua and SCOAN has nothing to do with such report, the message is false it’s not from Prophet T.B Joshua’s ministry.”
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