A South African who was on tour at Synagogue Church of All Nations when the tragic incident occurred last Friday, has narrated to BBC how he stayed under the rubble for 13 hours and survived the incident which has killed 84 people so far.
‘I Was Under A Table For 13 Hours’ – South African Survivor
Ramovha says the tragic incident strengthened his faith in T.B. Joshua and his ministry
28-year-old Khathuatshelo Ramovha who is back in his home country told BBC what he what he saw.
Ramovha told his interviewer that he heard a strange hissing sound just after sitting down for lunch in the dining hall last Friday. He managed to hide under a table as the building came down - staying there for 13 hours, waiting to be rescued.
Mr Ramovha said it was terrifying, but part of God's plan. He said that earlier on Friday, one of the church preachers had appeared to warn worshippers:
Ramovha says the tragic incident strengthened his faith in T.B. Joshua and his ministry.
He said: explaining that the all-inclusive trip organised by church-approved agencies cost close to $2,000 (£1,220).
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