The leader and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as T.B Joshua, has finally made an official statement on the upcoming elections in Nigeria.
His views on national and international issues are always highly anticipated and a lot of people have been eagerly waiting for him to speak on the Nigerian elections.
TB Joshua made the special release through his massively followed Instagram Page @tbjoshua. In the post, which amassed thousands of likes under 2 hours, the Prophet said: “I want to tell you that no matter the situation, be calm; God is in control. Those who will cause trouble will see trouble, and those who will cause peace will see peace.
“After the elections, there will be a lot of situations on the ground. To the ordinary eyes, it will look very fearful. When the cloud is darker, it is about to rain. Everyone will start running so that you can get home before the rain. That is the situation we are going to face in Nigeria. You see the clouds so dark as if its about to rain – but suddenly the dark cloud disappears. You now say, ‘God is great’. You will respect God more after your election.
“When you come out to cause trouble, panic, you yourself will see that trouble. But if you come out with peace, you will see peace. If anything happens to this country called Nigeria, that is the end of Africa. So therefore, God Almighty will never allow anything to happen. You will see many things that will make you fear but this nation has a very strong bond with God.
If the people of Nigeria want to cause trouble, they will cause trouble for themselves but the nation of Nigeria will stand. Nobody can shake this country; it is a very strong country. It has a very strong bond with God,” the Prophet concluded.
Findings by The Lagosian indicate that this statement is already causing huge ripples across Nigeria and beyond because of the antecedents of the Prophet as a highly articulate Man of God whose words should never be taken lightly.
According to an observer, “The man of God has spoken. The earlier we listen the better for all of us.”