TB Joshua strikes again

Posted on Jan 4 2014 - 7:17am by admin

By ROADWIN CHIRARA AND JOHN KACHEMBERE

Renowned Nigerian Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua, has predicted the fall of corrupt African leaders in 2014.

Prophet TB Joshua

Prophet TB Joshua

In a televised message delivered on New Year’s Eve at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan) where large crowds thronged to usher in 2014, Joshua said African political leaders who thrive on corruption, depriving their people a decent living, will fall by the way side.

“Many of the key leaders in political parties will go down in 2014,” he said.

“If many key leaders go down with 2014, what will now happen in 2015?

Pray for 2015 to be fulfilled. The beginner is not the owner but the finisher.”

“What will happen in 2014 will result in the correction of the corruption because many corrupt leaders will go down in 2014,” said Nigeria’s most famous and wealthiest charismatic preacher.

Joshua’s prophecy comes as Zimbabwe has been ranked among the most corrupt nations in the world.

According to Transparency International 2013 corruption index — which shows that bribery and abuse of power remains a scourge in most societies around the world — Zimbabwe gained six places to 157 out of 177 countries among the most corrupt countries in the world.

The country is perceived to be highly corrupt, after scoring 21 points in the 2013 index out of a possible 100. It scored 20 points in 2012.

Joshua, whose many forensic prophecies about events and people have proven correct, said 2014 would see many political parties facing an acid test of leadership renewal.

“There will be a leadership tussle on who will lead and who will be presidential candidate,” he said. Daily News

  • informer

    Meanwhile rumours circulating in Asia is that the shameless, election thief Robert “handiende” Matbili is not breathing too well. Its not good to wish the demise of anyone but I m sure Matbili’s removal from power is a good riddance to expired rubbish!

    • Thumani

      Be careful there! Many young and healthy looking people have gone to the grave before that old man. Just let GOD decide for He alone knows the number of days He assigned to each man’s life on this earth. I DO NOT wish death upon the old man, may he live long enough to reconcile with his maker. What I do wish is that the old man would pass the leadership baton to some one younger among his brethren in that party.

      • Rugare

        Lets pray for his peaceful departure…Maybe there was a reason to have him as a leader for long…Look Lybia the fall of storng leaders had caused much harm to the country……Egypt…..Iraq…Somalia…He was a piller of the country….

        • robinsen

          everything works TOGETHER for good to those who love GOD

      • Chimbwido

        Its not about who dies before Mugabe dies. It doesnt matter when you die, but Mugabe has outlived his better days. The death of this nonagenerian grave-dodger will liberate the people of Zimbabwe.

      • http://1.1.1.1/ Dog Star

        And who is that young person in ZPF? Aren’t all these cabinet ministers fit for Dandaro Village?

  • Derick Mdu

    Emm uhhh which African leader is not corrupt?

    • Roots

      Tsvangirai is better…

      • HOKOYO

        is he a leader or he is just a ladder

  • Zimba Zvipiko

    Good riddance of Matibili ,the murderous despot of Gushungo origin.