The collapsing of the TB Joshua Church’s quest house is a work of Prophet Ngundeng Bong of South Sudan, as a clear message to TB Joshua of Nigeria. Therefore, the news has been received well by the Nuer Community World-Wide
The Nuer Community World-Wide have welcome the message From Ngundeng to TB Joshua
By Gatluke Keak,
September 26, 2014, the Nuer community world-Wide would like to welcome the message to TB Joshua and to thank the only known African Prophet, Ngundeng Bong for the message he has send to TB Joshua of Nigeria. Since September 12, 2014, the headlines around the world reported that the death toll from the collapsing of a church Hotel belonging to the Nigerian TV evangelist preacher, TB Joshua, has risen sharply from 40 to 115, with 84 of the dead identified as South African nationals, according to the reports by most international media. We morns with those families who lost their lives and loves one, however, we welcome the news.
The Nuer Community World-wide has welcome the calls, Ngundeng Bong is saddened by this Preacher for his involvement in the destruction of his children, the people of South Sudan, particularly, the Nuer people. According to report by South Sudanese media, particularly, Sudan Tribune (ST), said “the renowned preacher (better known TB Joshua) became a friend to South Sudan in 2013, receiving a high-profile visit from the South Sudanese vice-president, James Wani Igga, after he allegedly prophesied a coup attempt”
Temitope Balogun Joshua, The Order of Preacher, better known TB Joshua is a religious preacher and founder of TB Joshua. According to his biography T. B. Joshua, is a Christian minister televangelist and so-called faith healer. He is leader and founder of the ministry organization The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), which runs a Christian television station called Emmanuel TV.
All, his prophesied messages about South Sudan and against the Nuer people can be seen here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Y7wg7B65aU, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1bDzJL99LY, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIREsgf8x2Y,
And the Sudan Tribune continues and said “Prior to the 15 December outbreak of violence in South Sudan, Joshua was quoted to have seen in a vision of a president “being captured” in a bloodbath of conflict and huge human displacement in an East African country close to Kenya.The South Sudanese government under President Salva Kiir interpreted the dream to mean the 15 December crisis, which they described as a coup attempt to try to overthrow the country’s leadership” this report was being used by the government of South Sudan and the President himself as justification of his war against the Nuer people. Following his return from the visit, Igga was quoted in the media as joking that while the rebels under the leadership of former vice-president Riek Machar had Nuer prophet Ngundeng to rely on, his leadership in Juba would now have TB Joshua.
However, it takes account of the sad fact that, while almost all religions evolved as means to create peace and harmony in our world, they are too often used to create division and even war! This places a great responsibility on all of us who profess a religious faith to demonstrate a deep respect for religions. The world has seen TB Joshua engaging in profound fallacies of hate speeches by using the God house to fools people. Instead, TB Joshua has taken over by the greed and the love of money and forgot to use religion as a lead to discover God’s words and common humanity that we all should be benefiting from.
This, in turn, should enable all of our religions to become a force for peace through the exercise of justice. So, during these days, conscious of the many terrible religious conflicts that are taking place in our world are denounced by almost every government of the earth.
Therefore, the world leaders are now in the New York discussing the issue of the world peace and warn those who want to use religious as the mean to destruct the world societies. We, the human societies want to learn from each other by sharing our experiences of dialogue from our varying backgrounds and circumstances. We hope to learn how we can communicate better with the one who is regarded as the other so that we can grow in mutual respect and love and hence become more effective instruments of justice and peace in our world.
Gatluke Chuol Reat