It wasn’t me: Prophet T.B. Joshua debunks 2go prophesy rumour

by Isi Esene

Remember the rumour making the rounds about Prophet T.B Joshua’s 2go and Facebook prophesy? The rumour was that the prophet predicted, “mass death for social media users because witchcraft will take over the networks and spread demons on Wednesday.”

Well, it appears you can now log in to your social media accounts as the church has officially debunked the rumour by releasing a statement to that effect.

The statement reads:

“Our attention has been drawn to a rumour circulating around the internet concerning a prophesy supposedly given by Prophet T.B Joshua about a calamity that will befall social media users on Wednesday 18th of July.

“There is no truth in it whatsoever and Prophet T.B Joshua never gave such a prophesy”.

The prophet’s utterances are respected in many quarters including the palaces of African leaders, because he has at many times before predicted events which came to pass. This latest hoax sounded rather weird to many people.

There you are. Let the social networking resume.

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Comments (6)

  1. please pastor, try to reveal boko haram. So thdt all Nigerians will be free.

  2. TB Joshua sef…why doesn't he prophecy Boko Haram's nexxt target?

  3. TB Joshua sef…why doesn't he prophecy Boko Haram's nexxt target?

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