“My Miracles Are Not Fake” - T.B. Joshua Says

In response to media reports, a statement released through the church’s official Facebook page, Joshua claimed that all his miracles were performed before the church audience and were broadcast live through the SCOAN’s Emmanuel TV

Founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Temitope Joshua, has debunked allegations that his miracles are fake.

Prophet has been under serious criticisms in the aftermath of the church’s collapsed building which killed at least 115 people.

A South African journalist, Jacques Pauw had alleged that Joshua’s miracles were not genuine recalling several incidents as proof.

In response to media reports, a statement released through the church’s official Facebook page, Joshua claimed that all his miracles were performed before the church audience and were broadcast live through the SCOAN’s Emmanuel TV.

he said.

Joshua added,

Expressing his displeasure over the report, he urged security operatives to investigate those behind the report.

The SCOAN founder said,

The statement also urged the Synagogue church adherents and supporters not to be misled by the said report.

the statement urged.

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