2011 Elections: TB Joshua Advises President Jonathan

Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, the founder and General Overseer of The Synagogue Church of All Nations, has also advised President Goodluck Jonathan not to make his intention about 2011 elections known yet.

He advised President Jonathan not to take any decisive action until the month of August, stating that the eighth month is a strategic month and by then he would know whether to contest or not.

President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Officialy began work today in his New Office as President, Commander - in - Chief. Pix shows President Jonathan in his Office. in Abuja... Monday. 10-05-10

His words: “A status or state of whether to contest or not will be known. There will be confusion; a total confusion from August 2 to August ending.”

Joshua stated that the president’s assignment at the moment is to provide electricity. “For that, the president should forget any other thing or ambition;” praying that God should strengthen him to bring light to the nation.

The man of God lamented that those who are out to destroy are more than those seeking to build. “At the moment, those who are seeking to destroy the nation are more than those who are seeking to build the nation. But the silence of President Jonathan from now till August will solve the problem,” he further advised.

He, however, called on all Nigerians to pray for the country in the month of August.


3 thoughts on “2011 Elections: TB Joshua Advises President Jonathan

  1. we want professy and not indimidation please.what about Zimbabwean elections can we here your fearful professies this tym and tell people solutions and not to bring abd coz fear to nations.we wonder whether Jesus Christ is with you or not


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