We know many will be surprised at this belief but it is an honest and blunt progression of thoughts from an open-minded group of people, not emboldened by any personal chauvinism, political agenda or religious connotation.
Various reactions have lingered in the wake of the ruling, some congratulating the judge for proving no one is above the law and others accusing the Lagos judicial system of being ‘biased’ and scoring a pre-planned ‘script’ to paint Joshua’s name black.
We are advising that all prejudice and religious reaction be avoided in ensuring justice are done. “The Lagos State government, the Federal Government of Nigeria and United Nation should take critical and well informed steps and should not allow institutional opinions to be prejudiced by the well known malaise and rivalry that exist in Nigerian Christendom which often reflect the acts of government institutions and the idiosyncrasies of individuals in government.”
‘Jesus did not say by their words you will know them; he said by the fruit you shall know them’. Every Nigerian by this time would be able to discern a good fruit from by a bad one’.
One would think Ayo being the president of the CAN would be capable of summoning all the opinion leaders in Nigeria, including both Christians and Muslims and other religions to build bridges towards peace than rather adding more fuel to flames. Many don’t even know that the genesis of the attack on the ministry of TB Joshua stated with the late Idohosa and now Ayo the leader of CAN who attacked TB Joshua though the minister of foreign not grant affairs visa to people wanting to visit Nigeria visit 5 years ago. Our records shows that over 100.000 has visited the SCOAN from Europe alone.
The CAN leader’s private plane with US registration number N808HG was one of two jets cited by South African officials on September 5th. Mr. Oritsejafor’s jet arrived in South Africa with $9.3 million cash loaded in several suitcases. News of the seizure of the cash broke over the weekend, triggering questions about the ownership of the jets and weapons the occupants intended to purchase.
We strongly believe that Mr. Ayo Oritsejafor and his clique supplied the weapon used to bring down the SCOAN guest building and that the worst they could do since all their effort to radicle TB Joshua has failed.
Another useless set of group who claims to have comprehensive resources on TB Joshua, published false story in Ghanaweb claiming TB Joshua is hiding in Latin America. This confirms they knows nothing about TB Joshua.
What, some of the families of the victims think of the Corona’s verdict.
A survivor Emma Nkanyane, 35, dismissed the ruling as “nonsense” concocted by “earthly experts” who know nothing about spiritual matters. She said the church could not be blamed for the work of the devil, and she would go to the church again.
She said: “I do not believe in scientific findings for spiritual matters. I am not going to accept the findings, I will not blame the church for what happened. Only God will give us the truth, not some experts.”
Phillip Mbedzi, whose 30-year-old daughter, Mpho, died in the tragedy, said he was not interested in the findings of “a devilish investigation”.
The 61-year-old father from Vhembe district, in Limpopo, said he had known that the tribunal would blame the church. “It is just the work of the devil to destroy our bishop but we shall not be shaken”.
“We were waiting for this verdict. TB Joshua told us that this would be the outcome. He will guide us moving forward.”
Mbedzi said the one child he had lost was nothing compared to the 115 other children in Joshua’s flock that were lost in the tragedy.
He said he was in constant communication with Joshua but would not reveal what they discussed.
Mpho Mahlwele, who lost his 58-year-old mother, Kgomotso, was tight-lipped.
He said: “I heard about the verdict but I will not comment.”
Olalekan Ojo, speaking on behalf of Joshua and the church, told AFP that it was “unfortunate” that the coroner ignored submissions that “having building approval is not [a] panacea for building collapse”.
“The court also ruled that there was no nexus between the hovering aircraft and the collapsed structure. By so doing, the court has ignored the testimony of the police,” he said.
“We, as the legal team, will sit and if there is any need to take further steps to have the verdict reviewed we will do so.”
However, Sambulo Myeni, whose trainee pastor brother Sabelo, of Nseleni, was one of five people from KwaZulu-Natal who died, as well as survivor Patrick Gera, lambasted the coroner’s findings. Labelling his conclusion “hogwash”, Myeni said the comments were part of an orchestrated effort to tarnish Joshua’s image.
By Stella Wood – TB Joshua Fans UK