Ex-Malawi President Recounts How God Used Prophet TB Joshua To Heal Her Husband From Stroke

LAGOS JUNE 22ND (NEWSRANGERS)-The death of the Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), shook Nigerians and Christians in Africa. More than two weeks after his death, tributes keep pouring in for the late preacher, who was known for his charitable works. His death is hard too bear for his family and followers, but who are we to question God Almighty.

According to TB Joshua’s ministry’s official Facebook handle, the former President of Malawi, Mrs. Joyce Banda has paid tribute to Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua and also revealed how the late preacher healed her husband, Richard Banda. Joyce Banda revealed that her husband had stroke during a meeting in 2009 and was admitted in a hospital in London. The doctors treated him for two weeks and informed his wife, Joyce Banda that her husband’s brain would be damaged permanently and may not talk or walk for the rest of his life.

The painful words from the doctors did not make Joyce Banda to lose hope, as she still trusted God for a miracle. From London, Joyce Banda travelled to Prophet TB Joshua’s church in Nigeria to seek healing for her bed-ridden husband. Thankfully, Richard Banda received his healing and did a thanksgiving at Prophet TB Joshua’s church two years later.

Ex-President Joyce Banda revealed that since then, her family has grown stronger as Christians, through the efforts of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua. She believes Prophet TB Joshua was fully prepared for his death and adviced Christians to celebrate him.

May God Almighty grant the soul of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua a peaceful repose, Amen.

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