TB JOSHUA AIDS 36 NIGERIAN DEPORTEES FROM LYBIA WITH ₦1,350,000

At the entrance of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations 36 frayed Nigerians deported from Libya, including a few from Morocco, found refuge from Prophet T.B. Joshua and Emmanuel TV Partners who supported them with food and the sum of ₦1,350,000. The group explained that they had heard how T.B. Joshua had been helping deportees, so they immediately decided to rush to the church after their plane landed.

Many described their illegal journey and experience in the northern African nations as a horrible ordeal. “It was just like Hell” Mr. Joshua, the head speaker of the group exclaimed. “People are dying in Libya. They’re killing, destroying, and burning people also collecting their things.” He said. He described the dreadful occurrences saying, “They are doing human trafficking – selling humans like their selling goats and cows.”

Miss Yusuf, one of six women in the group, said. “They rape some girls while they sell some others. I was deported because I told my Madame I can’t work with her anymore, so she took me to prison.” She discouraged any of her fellow Nigerians from making the same illegal journey as she did. “I am happy to be back in my country.” She said.

“There can be no loving without giving.” – Prophet T.B. Joshua

One thought on “TB JOSHUA AIDS 36 NIGERIAN DEPORTEES FROM LYBIA WITH ₦1,350,000

  1. Thank you Sir our beloved Prophet T. B. Joshua and Emmanuel Partners for being there always.

    T. B. Joshua, SCOAN and all Emmanuel.tv partners are defining Christianity in a visible and practical way it ought to be. We sincerely pray that these returnees and all those visiting SCOAN Lagos Nigeria will no longer see the center (SCOAN) as “a last bus stop” but the very “First Place to Start Out”.

    Of course Jesus rebuked those trooping after him only for food and miracles and asked us to seek His Kingdom first. Therefore if we had taken our first step out on the Word of God we would be guided every step along the way, even in Lybia, on the high seas, Europe, everywhere.

    Emmanuel.

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