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No more attack on Ghana – TB Joshua declares

5The Founder and Leader of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B. Joshua, has reversed his prophecy, stating Ghana is no more likely to be hit by terror strike.The Nigerian Prophet commended Ghana for what he says are firm steps taken by the country’s security apparatus in ensuring that the nation is safe from any terror attack.

“I was very, very happy the nation Ghana, they took the bull by the horn and the evil doers put together, are no match for Ghana,” he said.

He revealed that Ghana’s strategy and tactics of “heart to heart awareness” and the love for one another needs to be emulated by the rest of the world.

“I think the World at large need to learn from the strategy and tactics of Ghana. The nation has been very peaceful, safe nation in West Africa and the World. God will never allow evil doers to prevail in Ghana”

Last week Sunday, Prophet TB Joshua said Ghana and Nigeria would face a possible terror attack.

During a church service at SCOAN in Nigeria which was broadcast live on his Emmanuel TV, the tele-evangelist asked his congregation to pray for Ghana and Nigeria as he recounted seeing them in a foreign attack.

He said, the said attack would happen between Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

“I want us to come together to pray for these two nations… because I am seeing Thursday, Friday Saturday if I may say Thursday; these evil people are very funny anything can just happen. I see Thursday, Friday, pray for these two nations, Nigeria and Ghana over gathering in any way over attack”, he said.

“I am seeing an attack and that will be in a foreign way not local way,” TB Joshua said.

Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com

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