A critic of T.B Joshua in diaspora has called on him to focus on the Boko Haram sect instead of predicting crisis in other countries.
General Overseer of the Church of Rabbi is urging Nigerian prophet, TB Joshua to stop the activities of Islamist group, Boko Haram in Nigeria if he wants his prophecies to be taken seriously.
Prophet Kwabena Tawiah said he is baffled at how the supposed prophet did nothing and now the Boko Haram insurgents have infiltrated and carried out several bombings in Nigeria.
In his view, TB Joshua who is the head of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) should concentrate on driving away Boko Haram from Nigeria and “leave Ghana alone”.
Prophet Kwabena Tawiah’s comment is in reaction to TB Joshua’s prophecy of an eminent attack on Ghana and Nigeria.
Last Sunday, the renowned prophet asked his congregation to pray against the attack which could happen either on Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
The Nigerian Prophet was emphatic in prophesying that, “I see Thursday, Friday. Pray for these two nations – Nigeria and Ghana – over gathering in any way; over an attack. I am seeing the attack and that will be in a foreign way. The attack will come not in a local way. So please open your lips and pray for these two nations for protection.”
But his prophecy has been met with a lot of criticisms with many religious bodies including the Christian Council calling on security agencies to ignore it since Ghana cannot run on “the back of prophecies.”
In support, the outspoken Kwabena Tawiah stressed that the prophecy must be treated with the contempt it deserves.
Describing TB Joshua’s prophecy as unnecessary, the Church of Rabbi leader said assuming without admitting that the prophecy is true, God would have revealed it to a Ghanaian prophet and not a foreigner.
“What is TB Joshua saying; he should leave Ghana alone and concentrate on Boko Haram in Nigeria” he fumed.
Rather, Kwabena Tawiah called on TB Joshua to support President Buhari with his prophecies to help arrest the Boko Haram insurgents terrorizing citizens in Nigeria.