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TB Joshua promises 2,000 bottles of holy water to fight Ebola
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T B Joshua’s Holy Water
The fight against deadly Ebola has taken an interesting twist with Senior Pastor of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Nigeria guaranteeing 2,000 bottles of his ‘anointed water’ to fight the disease.
“Not only that. If they [countries worst hit by the virus] invite me in the capacity of government, I will not only send the anointing water, I will carry anointing water myself to the country”, Prophet TB Joshua said amid cheers and applause from his congregation.
The renowned Nigerian ‘Man of God’, as he is called by his 10,000 members of his church made the startling announcement during last Sunday’s church service of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
According to Prophet T.B Joshua, he prophesied earlier this year that there would be an outbreak of a deadly disease and his special water could help fight the disease.
Prophet T.B. Joshua’s anointing water is famous among both his congregants and other believers.
In May last year, four people died during a scramble for the miracle working water at the Ghana branch of the church, located at Spintex in Accra.
“We are praying for the whole world. But one of the major issue is this Ebola issue”, he said.
T.B. Joshua’s assessment of the renewed outbreak of the Ebola scourge is spot on. A total of 932 people have died since March in Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia and Nigeria, with 1,711 confirmed cases since the beginning of the year.
There have been global outcry for the adoption of a serum, ZMapp, used to cure two infected Americans to fight the disease in West Africa, where it is worst hit.
But President Obama said on Wednesday it was too soon to send the experimental drugs for the treatment of Ebola in the sub-region.
Ebola is spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person.
Symptoms include fever, muscle aches, red eyes, diarrhea, vomiting and bleeding