SCOAN founder will be missed when he moves to Israel
Majority of Pulse readers say they will definitely miss Prophet T.B Joshua as he relocates to Israel.
This news has come as a shock to most people like the Minister Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, and All Progressives Congress (APC) member, Mr Timi Frank, who have asked the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) founder to reconsider.
We asked Pulse readers to weigh in and let us know if they would miss the popular preacher.
The majority (46.8%) said Nigerians would definitely miss T.B Joshua, while the minority (21.5%) said no.
Surprisingly, 31.6% voted that they do not care. Wow.
Meanwhile, a documentary on the prophet's relocation has aired on Israel’s national TV station, Reshet TV.
In the 11-minute feature, done in Hebrew, the SCOAN founder is introduced as "the man responsible for 60% of the tourism in Nigeria."
Moving on, an Israeli journalist asks, “How did you get your power?”
Prophet Joshua answers, “From my Father, Jesus, who was born in this land. I am an inheritance of His grace.”
A foreign pilgrim being baptised at the historical site of the Jordan River is asked if she knows the prophet.
“Well, I live in the US and I know him because he is popular in the US,” she responded.
In the video, he is seen with Rabbi Yehuda Meshi-Zahav, the Founder of Israel’s award-winning rescue agency, ZAKA.
Details of prophet Joshua's miracles, recent visits to Israel and meetings with government dignitaries can also be seen in the video.
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