- Prophet TB Joshua says his prophecy concerning President Donald Trump's re-election bid is coming to pass already
- According to him, he warned the president of the United States that approach to security issues would affect his re-election bid
- The general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations warned the US president that another one is coming
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Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) has reminded President Donald Trump of the prophecy he gave concerning his re-election bid.
The cleric said on May 31, 2020, he warned the American president that approach to security issues would affect his re-election bid.
In a statement on the TB Joshua Ministries Facebook, the cleric said the prophecy is coming to pass already, adding that another one is coming.
The statement read in part: "During your regime, the name of Jesus has been given more honour. What glory! Let us look beyond our palace for God’s authority."
Prophet Joshua urged President Trump to act now, adding that more appeal to the people and security are required.
The statement added: "More appeals to the people and security are required – in a language that will douse the tension and stop this situation - so we can then commit the future one into God’s hands.”
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za recently reported that four months after a high profile poaching from Disney to join TikTok, CEO Kevin Mayers has left the company.
The development comes days after TikTok sued the Trump administration over an executive order banning transactions in the United States with the popular short-form video-sharing app.
A report by Daily Mail showed an internal memo was sent out Wednesday, August 26 indicating the 58-year-old blamed the changing political environment for his abrupt departure.
TikTok confirmed Mayer's departure in an email and said the political dynamics of the last few months had 'significantly changed' the scope of his role.
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