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A new video broadcast on T.B. Joshua’s Emmanuel TV shows a young South African man purportedly disclosing that “Satan” wants to stop the pastor from visiting and delivering SA from the grip of devil.
The video which was also Shared on the official Facebook account of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), is believed by some worshippers to be related with the church building collapse on September 12, Vanguard reports.
It would be recalled that the tragedy claimed more than 100 lives, mainly South Africans, following which the famous Nigerian cleric was involved in the international scandal.
The man from the video, one Lawrence Moala claimed to be Lakozi (the lord of darkness) in the occult world. He said he had been taken to the satanic fold in South Africa at 11 by Lucifer.
Vowing to “block all the blessings” said by Joshua, he insisted that he and his “colleagues” had a mission to destroy SA churches.
Arrested by the Spirit of God during the service, the man narrated how they deceived many church leaders through financial gains and other means, adding that after accessing carious church departments they were able to ‘mix their blood with the red juice and red wine’ and their semen with holy water.
In 1996, the South African said, they were ordered to destroy the SCOAN by Lucifer.
“Destroy the angel of God that is in this world in human body. I asked who that angel was. They said the angel of God’s mission was to raise the dead churches and the dead leaders who we have destroyed through our mission… The angel behind T.B. Joshua himself, they told us that was the angel we must destroy through the power of the demon through lies that he was part of Satanism and that he was not sent by God.”
“The spirit of lies”, as Moala referred to himself while speaking at the service, he said that they used demonic power to destroy the churches in South Africa to manipulate them to speak bad about T.B Joshua.
According to him, dark powers were afraid that the coming of Joshua to South Africa will liberate most of the churches and clerics.
“Prophet T.B Joshua- we were told that he is the last prophet of the last days. He is the right, appointed and anointed prophet to raise the churches and leaders.
We were afraid that he was coming to South Africa to raise the churches that were already under our kingdom. We were afraid that he was going to raise the pastors that were already under our kingdom knowingly and some unknowingly. We were afraid that he was coming to bring back that first power of light, that first power they had in them, so we wanted them to be destroyed and be under our kingdom forever, that was why we spread rumours and lies about him.”
It would be recalled that after the building collapse, the Nigerian prophet came under fire over various allegations in connection with the tragedy, including bribery, performance of unapproved reconstruction of the building, prevention the rescuers from working on the site, etc.
There were also numerous threats, especially from South Africa, that Joshua might face the trial. The SA opposition party also vowed to sue Joshua over the death of their nationals saying that but for the improper behaviour of the church after the collapse, many lives could have been saved.
Meanwhile the investigation into the causes of the tragedy are ongoing. The Lagos State Government has said this Friday that the inaugurated coroner will commence sitting on October 13, Punch reports.
Numerous bodies will be represented as witnesses at the process, including Lagos State Building Control Agency, the Lagos State Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development, the National Emergency Management Agency, the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, the Nigerian Red Cross Society, the Nigerian Police Force, the Chief Medical Director of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, etc.
Joshua, eyewitnesses and families of the victims are also to testify at the process.
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