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COVID-19: Tap from T.B Joshua’s healing- Fani-Kayode challenges FG

By Oluwaseun Sonde

The Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has challenged the Federal Government to hook up with the founder of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations, Pastor Temitope Balogun (T. B) Joshua, through his Emmanuel TV to isolation centres in Nigeria so as COVID-19 patients can be healed

He made this known on his official social platform on Sunday, Fani-Kayode said he has watched in amazement how God healed thousands from 43 nations through prayers by satellite on Emmanuel TV by Prophet T.B. Joshua over the last one month.

He explained that the satellite was connected to Covid 19 isolation centres in those countries and after prayers the patients were healed. “The doctors looking after them at the centres and the patients themselves testified to this. “Even the World Health Organisation has publicly acknowledged and commended the good work he is doing as TB himself said the prayers must be coupled with the taking of the necessary medication and that all Covid protocols must be observed and strictly adhered to”, Fani-Kayode added.

He further said the man of God warned that medical and the spiritual must go together. “J.B Joshua has done so much for the Church, for the poor, for Nigeria and for humanity. His compassion, efforts and ministry are truly remarkable which is why I often mention or write about him. “I also know that, like yours truly, he is the object of envy and hate by many of his peers who are either ignorant of who and what he is and what he represents or who simply feel dwarfed by him and who really do not know him.”

He emphasized that people find it hard to comprehend or accept the fact that his humility, humanity, kindness, forgiving spirit, generosity, compassion and selflessness are the source of his strength and the reason for his extraordinary favour from God. “I cannot understand why many Nigerians do not appreciate the work he is doing. The Bible says a Prophet is honored everywhere except for in his own home, town and country and this is an example of the veracity and efficacy of that scripture”.

He noted that Millions all over the world are tapping into this great anointing and blessing but some Nigerians remain skeptical and cynical. “It is time for our people to show some humility and respect, swallow their pride, appreciate his efforts, acknowledge the power of God in his life and turn to him for help.

“That is his calling and ministry and that is what he was brought into the world by God to do. No matter what you cannot take it from him no matter how much you doubt or denigrate him. Others throughout the world appreciate the great work he is doing and they honor, respect, celebrate and applaud him and recognise him as one of God’s great “end-time” Generals”, he said.

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