Prophet TB Joshua visits Zimbabwe but leaves without meeting President Mnangagwa

Prophet TB Joshua visits Zimbabwe but leaves without meeting President Mnangagwa

- TB Joshua recently visited Zimbabwe

- He met the Vice President and other government officials

- However, he failed to meet President Mnangagwa

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Nigerian "Prophet" TB Joshua's failure to meet Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa during his recent visit has raised eyebrows.

Briefly.co.za learned that Joshua visited Zimbabwe on Friday, 16 February.

According to myzimbabwe.co.zw, he paid courtesy calls on Vice-President Kembo Mohadi, Dr Christopher Mushohwe, and other government officials.

Speculation was rife as to why the Synagogue Church of All Nations leader left quietly on the same day without meeting the president.

However, acting information minister, Simon Khaya, said President Mnangagwa had other commitments.

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Khaya said:

We understand some people are spreading false information that we snubbed TB Joshua. I want to make it clear that the President did not snub TB Joshua, he is not a snubber.

Brandme International executive director Mrs Josey Mahachi-Agbeniyi, who facilitated the visit, echoed this sentiment. She added:

He said God loves Zimbabwe. He loves Zimbabwe, and there is going to be a crusade very soon. We all appreciate his having come to Zimbabwe for the first time. Dates and logistics will be announced soon.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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