Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua a.k.a TB Joshua is in a fresh coronavirus prophecy controversy.
Recently, the man of God prophesied that coronavirus will end by March 27 and the world waited with tamed breath and on the set date, Covid-19 largely remains in the world.
Then criticisms, arguments and counter-arguments broke out strongly. Many labeled TB Joshua a false prophet saying Covid-19 still ravages the world. His followers stood by him, whilst he remained silent.
Later, Emmanuel TV has released a video showing residents of China confirming the ‘controversial prophecy’ from Prophet TB Joshua that the coronavirus outbreak would end in Wuhan, China by 27th March 2020.
THE VIDEO: TB JOSHUA’S RESPONDS TO CORONAVIRUS PROPHECY
Before and after the release of the video to ascertain the veracity of his prophecy, some people disagreed that the prophecy didn’t come to pass as predicted.
However, the full clip of the prophecy clearly shows Joshua’s message on March 1st and 2nd was directed specifically towards Wuhan, China.
Recently, another video emerged from the archive of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) validating that the man of God had also prophesied the birth of the coronavirus last December and before then.
TB JOSHUA PROPHESIES THE BIRTH OF CORONAVIRUS
The second video was not spared of criticism like the first as some argued that the prophecy of the birth of coronavirus was too evasive to believe.
Others agree totally that the man of cannot be clearer than that and he is not God.
A man of God who stays in South Africa is pro-TB Joshua-coronavirus prophecy: “He is not God. He’d only say it the way he receives it. Many Biblical prophesies are also not direct. There are prophecies in the book of Revelation that we are still arguing about today because they kind of complex”
Prophecy has become very popular in Africa recently and some Christians judge the status of a man God by the accuracy of his prophecy. Very direct prophecy with details and precisions are described as ‘forensic’ and men of God who give ‘forensic’ prophecies are very popular.