A 2:56s video culled from a live sermon on Sunday April 10 that aired on the Emmanuel TV channel shows the prophet urging thousands of his SCOAN congregants to begin sporadic prayers for the two countries in order to scuttle the ‘evil plans’ of the unnamed attackers.
The Prophet was even specific on days on which the attackers will strike, predicting the attacks will take place at gathering of people.
“I am seeing Thursday, Friday, Saturday –if I may say Thursday – because these evil people they are very funny. Anything can just happen. You will be very shocked to see what will happen, because when the prayer is going in this direction they [attackers] change to [another] direction.
“I see Thursday, Friday. Pray for these two nations – Nigeria and Ghana – over gathering in any way; over attack. I am seeing attack and that will be in a foreign way. The attack will come not in a local way. So please open your lips and pray for these two nations for protection” he told congregants.
He would however not state whether the said Thursday or Friday or Saturday would be in this month or the next, explaining “not necessarily this week, because it is a battle between the evil spirit and the holy spirit.”
TB Joshua has sparked controversy both in Nigeria and abroad with his prophesy, spiritual healing methods and utterances.
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (FPN), the umbrella association for Pentecostal churches in Africa’s most populous country, has declared the popular Prophet as an anti-Christ, claiming leader of the global church is a false prophet.
Despite this and other fierce attacks against JB Joshua, he has a strong following across the world, especially in Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.