The General Overseer of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Prophet TB Joshua, has weeped over his failed coronavirus prophecy.

Onyxnews Nigeria reports that the prophet lamented that his prophecy stating that the deadly pandemic would come to an end on March 27, 2020, was misundersood by Nigerians, who blasted him after the prophecy failed.

This online news platform undertands that the founder of SCOAN had disclosed during a church service message last month, that coronavirus pandemic will be over by the end of March.

The clergyman had said, “This month, 27th. it will be over, by the end of this month, whether we like it or not, no matter the medicine they have produced to cure whatever, it will go the way it came.”

At the same vein, on March 1, 2020, Tb Joshua predicted that there would be showers of rain across the country that would “wipe away the fear of the unknown.”

In his post on one of the social media platform (Facebook), Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua made a prophetic proclamation that the Lord had revealed to him that there would be rainfail that would eventually wipe away the deadly coronavirus disease.

Tb Joshua indicated that after he had the revelation, he speifically prayed to the Lord to make the rainfail start from where the first case of coronavirus was recorded, which is Wuhan in China, adding that the rain is expected to continue for one whole week.

Although, with no sign of the deadly virus ending on March 27 as predicted by the prophet, Nigerians took to the micro-blogging site, Twitter to attack TB Joshua over the 27 March coronavirus prophecy.

Reacting to the blast from Nigerians over the prophecy, TB Joshua twisted his prediction, saying what he meant was that the virus would disappear spiritually by 27 March.

He said, “I meant coronavirus would vanish spiritually the same way it came. As I speak, the virus is no more in the spirit realm.

“I didn’t specify so why would people conclude I meant physically. Men of today lack undestanding.

“Instead of taking time to understand the context in which something was said, they always quick to judge.” Prophet TB Joshua said.

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