SCOAN leader says he attended 10 secondary schools in a year
The prophet, who is known for his miracles and truly life predictions, said he has always been a Christian.
According to The Daily Post, the prophet disclosed this information in an interview with The News.
He however declined to explain how the story came to be, sharply saying, “I don’t want to go into that. But I thank God”.
TB Joshua, popularly called "Man of God" by his followers also addressed rumours about him formally being a Muslim before setting up SCOAN.
He denied the allegation, expressing that the only ties he had with Muslims was when he attended an Islamic school.
“I was born a Christian, my parents were Christians. The only connection I had with Muslims was that I attended Ansar-Ud-Deen school, Ikare. I attended 10 different secondary schools under one year.”
Concerning stories of being mentored to use magic by a Kaduna Mallam, he said, “If somebody taught you how to do something, will you be greater than he is?"
"Tell me, somebody taught you how to write, can you beat that teacher? Can you beat that teacher? Can you beat your editor-in-chief in writing? Where then is the Mallam?”
The man of God has been instrumental in helping the downtrodden with their spiritual problems. Some of the assistance he renders involves setting up the needy financially.
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