Opinion / Religion
Prophet Uebert Angel upsets T.B Joshua's followers
24 Feb 2013 at 07:20hrs | 42653 Views
Followers of the Prophet T.B. Joshua of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations have been upset by Prophet Uebert Angel saying "me no get time according to Nigeria".
Agitation from Nigeria - Zimbabwe please listen
We have believed and we have held fast to the belief, that Nigeria and Zimbabwe are working steadfastly on their relationship with one another. We are welcomed in each other's countries, we work, we marry, we open businesses in each other's countries. We are slowly coming to greater understanding.
So, why is this Zimbabwean pastor coming to abuse that relationship?
What is his purpose?
What is his mission?
Is he fighting against Nigerians as a whole?
Is he trying to attack a particular group or person in Nigeria?
What is with his commotion?
He has a large following, people are attending his meetings. Why must he leave his country, go to South Africa, gather a large following and then begin to lambast Nigeria?
I and my community were outraged when we tuned in to Spirit Embassy for the live programme and heard the abuse with our own eyes and ears.
Yes, he is a respected man of God in his country. Why should he begin to abuse us and another respected man of God in our country?
"Because of time" is a frequent statement from our dear Prophet T.B. Joshua of The SCOAN.
He often utters it at the closing of his hours long services√¢‚Ç¨¬¶ BECAUSE OF TIME! Is this Zim pastor coming to ridicule him? Or is he simply saying that Nigerians can't speak proper English? "Me no get time according to Nigeria".
What is he trying to say?
Why turn it into an entire programme that he has begun to run on his station?
We cannot stand for such utter nonsense. We cannot allow this young fool, for lack of a better word, try to cause turbulence in the relationship between Nigeria and Zimbabwe. We call on our Zim brothers and sisters to put him in check. His behaviour should not be tolerated. We are not amused. The pain of one should be the pain of all. The wound of one should be the wound of all.
Source - Agitation from Nigeria
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