Recently, Prophet T.B Joshua announced that he will be leaving the country and moving elsewhere.
During service, the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) founder said that he is relocating to Israel!
This news has been met with a lot of complaints from people who have pleaded with the prophet to change his mind.
Ovation Magazine Chief Executive Officer, Dele Momodu and The Ondo for Truth, a nonprofit, nongovernmental organisation have joined this list.
In an open letter, Momodu reveals that he is a fan of the SCOAN leader and urges him not to allow his enemies run out of the country.
Here is an excerpt, “My dear Prophet, I’m very certain this letter must come to you as a big surprise. But that is the nature of this column....
“I’m not a member of your congregation. I have never been. You and I have never discussed religion or worship. I have never approached you for special prayers or miracles. But I have been a great fan of yours nonetheless, for very exceptional reasons.
“I shall explain in a jiffy why I admire you warts and all. No human being is perfect, and I’m sure that includes you, despite being a man of God. I’ve read and heard torrents of good and bad tales about you.
“But didn’t I read and hear a deluge of fairy-tales about our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, your overall Master?
“It is normal for human beings to concoct true and imaginary tales about newsmakers. You have been a subject and victim of such incredible rumour-mongering over the decades that I have known you....
In a country where many try to hide behind one finger, I wish to stand tall and tell the world that you are a good man, even if others think or say otherwise.
“I have read that you wish to abandon Nigeria and migrate to Israel. It will never happen. You cannot and should not allow your enemies run you out of town. God has been very kind to you.
“Just look back and see your journey from way back in Ondo State. What more can God do for any man who has served him loyally and fervently like you have done.
“My dear man of God, I align my voice with those who plead that you remain in Nigeria. I have chosen to do so publicly because I believe it is necessary.”