Following the death of the Nigerian prophet TB Joshua, there have been a whole lot of issues arising as some people even criticized him. In a video trending online, a man identified to be David Ohene stated that, we should allow the dead rest in peace.
He further disclosed that all prophets who have become an object of worship to their church members instead of making God take that position should be careful.
He further mentioned that soon, other prophets like Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, the Malawian Christian motivational preacher who heads the Enlightened Christian Gathering ministry will follow soon after TB Joshua. Moreover, he gave a hint on the tactics that was used by such prophets to gather money from their church members.
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