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Prophet TB Joshua Banned From South Africa & Zimbabwe



Temitope Joshua, the healer and his wise men as they are fondly called have been denied South African visas and banned from visiting Zimbabwe.
This came as a result of a tragedy that killed over 80 South African pilgrims at his church earlier this month.
Why Many South Africans Died At TB Joshua’s Church
According to reliable sources, South Africans are passionate about the Synagogue Church, always coming there on pilgrimage.
There is a tour package which cost an average of 10,000 Rands each for one week. The collapsed building was meant for Southern African groups like worshipers from Namibia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Botswana and the Republic of South Africa.
Worshipers from Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan also use the collapsed building but investigation revealed that South Africans were more because Pastor Joshua decided to give more opportunities for the South Africans who have remained insistent and shown solidarity to SCOAN. No fewer than 84 South Africans were killed in the tragedy.
Healing of sicknesses and diseases also bring nationals from other countries to Synagogue – all for miracles. Holy water, otherwise called anointing water, is sold to pilgrims between N5000 and N10,000 per bottle.
Even thousands of anointing water bottles are exported to some West African countries. Worshipers from foreign nations are encouraged to stay until after seven days. They are always screened and registered by the church authorities. Those with financial problems believe that use of the anointing oil restore their finances.

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