Coronavirus: Prophet TB Joshua claims his pastor healed COVID-19 positive couple

Coronavirus: Prophet TB Joshua claims his pastor healed COVID-19 positive couple

- Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations says a prophet recently healed a couple of COVID-19

- Prophet Joshua says the couple connected from the United States in their sick bed and were healed by Prophet Chris

- The man of God made the disclosure on his Twitter page on Sunday, July 19

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The general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, has said a couple that contracted COVID-19 was healed by a man of God simply identified as Prophet Chris.

The man of God took to his Twitter page to make the disclosure, saying Mrs Bukola and her husband connected virtually for deliverance from the United States as they laid in their hospital beds.

TB Joshua claims his pastor prayed for COVID-19 positive couple via TV and they are healed
Pastor Chris. Photo credit: @SCOANTBJoshua/Twitter
Source: Twitter

He said Prophet Chris prayed for the couple in the name of Jesus and they testified that they had been healed.

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See his tweet below:

As expected, Nigerians took to the comment section to react to the claim.

Twitter user identified as @EddieChrisEddi1 thanked the Lord Jesus Christ for His healing virtues.

Another Twitter user with the handle KLENAM_jenny also thanked the Lord Jesus Christ for His divine healing.

Below are other reactions:

Meanwhile, previously reported that Prophet Joshua said he was still waiting for God’s instruction to reopen his church.

The man of God spoke in response to the federal government’s new guidelines on the lifting of the ban on religious gathering.

It should be noted that on Tuesday, June 2, the national coordinator of the presidential task force on the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Aliyu Sani, said: “It is better to stay at home and worship than to go into a place of worship.”

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In other news, a 32-year-old Nigerian man identified as Steven Austin has died after a hit-and-run accident in the United States.

Austin, who hails from Imo state, died on Sunday, July 12, in the South Natomas neighbourhood of Sacramento, California.

This is is coming after he shared a cryptic post on Facebook about living an upright life before God.

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