Founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Joshua, has said that Nigeria will not break up and that the current setbacks experienced are only temporary but that the nation will come out of it better than ever before.
The prophet, who also pleaded with Nigerians to have faith in the nation, added that the fact that he is better appreciated outside the country, is only a confirmation of the fact that prophets are valued more outside the shores of their country.
He said, “If I am appreciated in my country more then, I am not following the footsteps of my Master Jesus. He was despised by the same people he came to liberate. I am happy that I face the same persecution as Jesus.”
He was speaking against the background of a recent invitation by the President of the Republic of South Sudan, Salva Kiir to visit SouthSudan and undertake both spiritual and economic interests in the country.
President Kiir expressed gratitude to T.B. Joshua for the role he played in brokering the peace deal between the Sudanese government and rebel factions through prophecy.