ZIMBABWE Prime Minister Morgan Richard Tsvangirai visited Nigeria to seek spiritual help at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).
Morgan Tsvangirai In Nigeria, Visits T.B. JoshuaZIMBABWE Prime Minister Morgan Richard Tsvangirai is in Nigeria to seek spiritual help at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), a competent source told Africa News on Thursday. The leader of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) arrived in Lagos, the countrys commercial hub on Wednesday evening with some of his family members and security details. The Prime Minister, who has been in a power tussle with President Robert Gabriel Mugabe, is visiting the church to seek spiritual help ahead of the Presidential election in Zimbabwe. Just like the President of Ghana who came to Synagogue Church to seek the face of God during the election in his country, the Zimbabwe Prime Minister is also at the Synagogue Church to seek the face of God, the source said. As you know the Synagogue Church is a place of refuge for presidents and African nations in times of trouble, especially troubling elections. Tsvangirai, who rose from working in a mine to worldwide prominence as a symbol of resistance to repression in Zimbabwe, became Prime Minister in 2009 following a historic power-sharing deal with long-serving leader Robert Mugabe. Tsvangarai joins a growing list of African leaders who have visited The SCOAN for spiritual assistance. In 2008, the President of Ghana, John Atta Mills, came to The Synagogue, Church to seek the face of God during the election in his country. He said in a thanksgiving service following his inauguration that T.B. Joshua had prophesied his victory in the Ghanaian polls, specifying there would be three elections and the results would be released in January. Mills has described Joshua as his mentor. Former Zambian President Frederick Chiluba also visited The SCOAN while in power, as well as the late leader of Gabon, Omar Bongo. The Zu lu King,
Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu, came to The SCOAN to testify to his daughters healing from epilepsy. Pascal Lissouba and Andre Kolimba, the former Presidents of Congo and Central African Republic, are among other African leaders to have visited the church. Prophet T.B. Joshua sparked media in terest in Zimbabwe after Mr. Cuthbert Dube, the President of the Zimbabwe Football Assocation (ZIFA), returned from The SCOAN testifying to being healed from a debilitating sickness that left him dependent on a wheelchair. Famed for his extensive charitable activities and accurate prophetic utterances, the prophet is well known in Africa, largely due to the popularity of his Christian television station, Emmanuel TV. SOURCE: Africa News -http://www.africanews.com/site/Morgan_Tsvangirai_In_Nigeria_Visits_TB_Joshua/list_mes sages/34436