Thursday, May 18, 2017

Photos: TB Joshua Donates N6m To Libyan Deportees

Prophet TB Joshua has once again done what many will consider a great deed. Even though it wouldn't be the first time the controversial prophet would be doing this, he invited Nigerians who were deported from Libya, to his church, to offer them MONEY.

According to a post shared on the church's official Facebook page, TB Joshua gave the deportees a total of N6 million and bags of rice, alongside his popular 'morning water'.


According to reports, the prophet gave instructions for the money to be released to the deportees, even though he's outside the country. Sharing the post on their official Facebook page, they wrote:


"On Wednesday 17 May 2017, 200 Nigerians who were deported from Libya rushed to The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in search of refuge. When Prophet T.B. Joshua, who is currently in Ecuador for the opening of the new school donated by Emmanuel TV, heard of their arrival, he said that they should be attended to the same way as the deportees of the previous week. He instructed that foodstuff and financial support be provided immediately. Many of the deportees were weak and sick from their difficult episode. They were given a cash gift totaling ₦6 Million alongside two bags of rice and Morning Water to start their lives afresh. Glory be to Jesus Christ!

“If you don’t give, you don’t receive.” - Prophet T.B. Joshua"







8 comments:

  1. Very good of him. This is what is expected of the government

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  2. Good for them but what's the matching outfits about?

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  3. God bless you
    If other men of God are doing same Nigeria would better off





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  4. God appreciates good deeds done in secret more than this. Not in support of the public show off

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  5. One of the reasons the don't want this man to leave Nigeria

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