- TB Joshua was a popular Nigerian cleric who passed away on barely six days before his 58th birthday and tribute continue to pour in
- Gladson Awako reveals the role played by the prophet Joshua in 2009 triumph at the FIFA U-20 World Cup
- According to him, TB Joshua predicted the player who will be red-carded in the final game as they beat Brazil on penalties in 2009
Black Stars midfielder Gladson Awako has disclosed that the late Prophet TB Joshua accurately predicted the outcome of their FIFA U-20 World Cup triumph in 2009.
The Nigerian man of God passed away on Saturday, just 6 days to his 58th birthday, leaving many of his followers heartbroken.
Timotope Balogun is revered for his prophecies and one of such was when he predicted Ghana's triumph over Brazil in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt 12 years ago.
A member of the team, Gladson Awako revealed how they had a session with him on phone during the tournament. He said via YAC media:
“During the U-20 World Cup in Egypt 2009, we normally gathered around the centre to pray. The coach usually made us speak to a man on phone.
“He will put the phone on loud speaker so we could all hear and then pray and do what he says.
“Most of the things he said came to pass especially the final. He predicted that we will get an early red card and also told us how we will arrange the penalty takers.
“All that came to pass. Honestly I didn’t know who it was until we won the cup and they told us the man was TB Joshua.”
Ghana won the World after beating Brazil 4-2 on penalties having aged most of the game with a man down.
The deputy Black Stars captain who was in Ghana for almost two weeks arrived in camp two days before the team left for Rabat to face the Atlas Lions.
Partey's indiscipline behaviour forced coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor to show him the exit door as the team rounded up preparation for the friendly.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a piece of footage is currently making the rounds showing how God healed a woman of a malunited tibia at the headquarters of the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), Lagos.
The woman who claimed to have been a manager for an edition of the FIFA U17 World Cup narrated how she fractured her leg in an accident.
According to her, she ran to the church all the way from Abuja seeking healing after doctors told her she would need a total replacement at an Indian hospital.