Controversial man of God, Temitope Balogun Joshua widely known as Prophet T. B. Joshua is presently trending on social media as Nigerians call him out for the prophecy he gave concerning the novel Corona virus.
Joshua who is the overseer of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) while addressing his congregation during a sunday service had prophesied that the virus ravaging the world will disappear on or before Friday, 27th March, 2020.
He said :”This month 27 it will be over. By the end of this month, whether we like it or not, no matter the medicine they might have produced to cure whatever, it will go the way it came. If it is not medicine that brought it to the world, medicine can’t take it out”
Nigerians had held on to this prophecy to prove the authenticity of the man of God.
TB Joshua who is currently trending on Twitter will have either praises or condemnation tomorrow as Nigerians especially netigens begin a count down.
Nigerian clergymen have being dragged recently by those who believe that they could have predicted a pandemic at the beginning of the year but it’s rather unfortunate that none of the faithfilled and highly respected men of God foresaw the situation.
Meanwhile, Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christian Centre has called on men of God to cushion the effects the lockdown will have on the populace by through provision of food supplies to those in need while encouraging capable members to do same in their neighborhood.
He said this through his verified Twitter handle on Thursday morning.
“Dear pastor, please encourage members that have means to provide food for families in their neighbourhoods that run out of food through the lockdown. If your church has extra funds, please buy some for distribution. Thank you.”, he tweeted
BREAKING!: Lagos Airport Hotel on fire
Another fire outbreak has been confirmed in Lagos at the popular Lagos Airport Hotel.
The incident happened on Thursday evening.
Firefighters and other emergency responders are battling with putting off the inferno as at the time of filing this report.
COVID-19: We Will Deal With Officers Violating IG Orders
The Oyo state Police headquarters PPRO, SP. Fadeyi Olugbenga made this known in a telephone chat with our correspondent said “Our men had been thoroughly warned and lectured, their deployment is not based to go and extort, they are to carry out their lawful duties and make sure they enforce and at the same time secure the lives and properties of the people”.
S.P Olugbenga also warned that any Officer doing otherwise is doing that at his own peril. Violators of Inspector General of Police orders will be seriously dealt with in line with police regulations.
We check officers by using a mechanism of routine check, where senior officers go round to see what the officers are doing and also see to the level of public compliance. Though encouraging, but still have some recalcitrants.
Members of the public are advised to call our control room members been circulated in the public to complain any grievances.
In his view, Oyo state police command has been carrying out sensitization programmes to educate the public on the need to obey government directives and maintain law and order.
“Please stay at home, only people on essential duty are expected to be out”.
According to the directives of the IG, we are not ready to retain people unnecessarily but we do arrest on Important purposes.
He however enjoined the public to report officers violating them with a promise to take proper action but plead the public to obey the rules and regulations put in place to collectively win the war against Coronavirus pandemic.
He assured that Nigeria Police in collaboration with other security agencies are working hard to ensure a peaceful society.
BREAKING! Accountant-General of the Federation’s office on fire
Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation on Wednesday was gutted with fire.
The Root Media gathered that the building, also known as “Treasury House” is located beside the Federal Capital Territory FCT Police Command in Garki, Abuja.
It was gathered that the fire started from around the third floor, razing the building upwards including the Accountant General’s office and most of the important offices.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known even as workers are currently at home observing.
However, a combined team of men of the Federal and FCT Fire Services, as well as other security operatives, have to a large extent contained the fire.