Coronavirus: TB Joshua Reveals when the Disease Will End

Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua, on Tuesday, declared that the coronavirus pandemic which has caused worldwide panic will vanish before the end of March 2020.  

“The noise of coronavirus would be silenced before the end of March 2020”, T.B Joshua said.   The cleric further said that the effect would be felt worldwide throughout the rest of the year.  

T.B. Joshua made the statements while answering several questions related to the coronavirus outbreak on his official Facebook Page.   He described the unprecedented situation as a “test of faith”, which Jesus Christ hinted at in his prayer that Simon Peter’s faith would not fail.  


TB Joshua said he didn’t see anything to panic about as God’s promise for believers would be for them to overcome. “Real faith thrives on a test. If there was nothing serious in the past to test our faith, here is something to test our faith in a unique way – a real situation”“I say again, it is the remnants we are seeing. The real coronavirus is gone. But what the coronavirus has caused – economic backlash, fear – will linger until the end of the year,” he predicted.  

TB Joshua also commented on the fear that has enveloped many nations due to coronavirus. “Fear exposes the level of our relationship with God. Fear means we are not serving God with all our hearts. The opening of the eyes of our faith will be the silencing of our fears”, he added.

TB Joshua Prophesies on CoronaVirus-“It Will Rain for one Week and Will Vanish”

A Popular Nigerian man of God, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, who is widely known as T.B Joshua has spoken on the novel coronavirus.

In his post, he made a prophetic declaration that the Lord had revealed to him that there would be rainfall that would eventually wipe away the deadly coronavirus disease.

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He indicated that after he had the revelation, he specifically pleaded with the Lord to make the rainfall start from Wuhan, China, where the first case of coronavirus was recorded.

According to him, the rain is expected to continue for a whole week.

In his post, he wrote;

“The purpose of this rain is to wipe out this epidemic called coronavirus and it will continue till the end of this week. Whether you come in contact with the rain or not, it does not matter. The Lord said to me that it will rain and it is raining. Glory be to God!”

Read Tb Joshua full prophesies below:

“Since yesterday, when the Lord brought the revelation about the rain and that this rain will wipe away the epidemic coronavirus, I asked the Lord to make this happen in the place where the coronavirus started which is Wuhan, China. Right now, it is raining in Wuhan, China. The purpose of this rain is to wipe out this epidemic called coronavirus and it will continue till the end of this week. Whether you come in contact with the rain or not, it does not matter. The Lord said to me that it will rain and it is raining. Glory be to God!” – Prophet TB Joshua

In confirmation, someone living within Wuhan, China – the epicentre of the coronavirus – contacted Emmanuel TV to explain that it has been raining in the city from morning until evening! It also started raining in Beijing, the capital city of China. Thank You, Jesus Christ!

Church Refuses to Hold a funeral for Member Over Three years Tithe Arrears

A Nigerian church has reportedly refused to hold a funeral service for one of their late members. The deceased’s offense? He has stopped attending service for three years and was not faithful in tithing throughout the period he stopped worshipping with them.

A Twitter user, Kelvin Odanz shared the story in a thread of tweets on the microblogging site but did not disclose the name of the church.

The story has since generated a series of reactions from netizens who claimed the practice is common in a particular orthodox church.

Kelvin said the deceased is the father of one of his colleagues.

He noted that the church insisted that before burying the deceased, his family must clear all his tithe arrears the man didn’t pay for three years.

Kelvin tweeted:

“A colleague’s father died and their church (name withheld) is refusing to officiate the burial. They claim he stopped attending the church and paying tithe 3 years ago. And if the church must bury him, the family has to pay all the tithe he didn’t pay in the last 3 years.

“I am utterly enraged and disgusted at the hypocrisy and greed that underlies religious practices in this country. At the end of the day, it is all about money even for the most pious of men of God. Fucking greedy exploitative idiots, cashing out on the rot in this country.”

He added:

“When the pastor needs help, wants to build a church or buy a car, the entire church contributes for such projects. But when you get sick and are at the verge of dying, the church merely offers you project. And when you die, they look for ways to profit from your death. Idiots.“

Corroborating Kelvin’s story, other social media users have camped in the comment section of his thread of tweets to share similar experiences.

  • @BimpeROyale: Lol. My dad’s church where he birthed and dedicated all his seven kids refused to come bury him cos they hadn’t seen him months prior to his death plus he died in December and they said they didn’t want bad news to disturb their December programmes
  • TosinPHD: Do you need a Pastor to Bury your loved Ones? It’s a NO… In fact, Prayers don’t work for the dead. The moment your heart stops that’s all. They should take the man to cemetery and Bury him… Church Burial is all ceremony and culture.
  • Bruce Lee Grandson | When my great-uncle was to be buried, they found out he was a RT Hon. Justice. The church asked the family to buy a bus, a video camera, and complete a block in the church’s quarters. The church made them pledge when they were at the alter without prior notice.

Adeboye Leads RCCG Members On a ‘Prayer Walk’ Over killings, Insecurity

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye on Sunday led a massive protest against the insecurity situation across the country.

The protest was particularly against the constant killing of Christians in the North and other parts of the country. Adeboye and the protesters started the march at about 11 am shortly after the church service at RCCG’s National Headquarters in Ebute Metta, Lagos State.

Recall that Boko Haram had a few weeks ago beheaded the Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, in Michika Local Government Area of Adamawa State, Reverend Lawan Andimi.

Reacting to Andimi’s execution the Christian Association of Nigeria accused the Buhari-led federal government of colluding with Boko Haram to kill Christians.

Here are some of the reaction from Nigerians on twitter.

  • Femi kayode: Pastor Enoch Adeboye and RCCG are conducting a protest march against the killings in the land.I commend them & hope that they will find the courage to accept that they made a mistake by supporting Buhari in the first place. Will RCCG Pastor Yemi Osinbajo will join in the march?
  • Zaddy Ajala: RCCG Nationwide are protesting against the ongoing genocide and insecurity in the country with Pastor Adeboye not left out of it. This is commendable, let’s hope many others will emulate this, enough is enough.
  • Ifa Funsho: RCCG, Catholic & Anglican Church are doing walking prayer in lagos They were praying calling Jesus to protect them from boko haram killing in Nigeria So Jesus is blind to see boko haram is killing people. Do they need to remind him again? I’m tired with level of our stupidity
  • Okunade: Pastor Adeboye was silent, you complained. Now he’s out leading a prayer walk against the killings and you’re still complaining that he should have involved the whole of CAN not RCCG alone. Can you see that you have a fundamental problem?
  • Mazi Gburugburu: We get easily aroused by optics. For the record: If RCCG( nationwide) protests in a day, the entire Service Chiefs will be out of jobs under one hour. If they sustain it for one week Sowore’s revolution call will be a child’s play. Can we now focus on the day’s bants? Jose >Pep.