Showing posts with label T.B Joshua. Show all posts
Showing posts with label T.B Joshua. Show all posts

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Footballer Emmanuel Adebayor gives heartbreaking details about his family drama

After so many news of the drama in Togo national football team and Tottenham Hotspur football club player, Emmanuel Adebayor's family, the African footballer came clean yesterday to address the issue and tell it all. The footballer poured his heart out to his fans via Facebook about the sad and heartbreaking drama that has been going on in his family. Overtime, Adebayor was condemned because of the one sided story that was published on the media by his family; now same people can read his own side of the story and be the judge. Please get your popcorn and tissue paper close to you because it a real tragedy. 

Saturday, 9 February 2013

Prophesy: Nigeria will win AFCON 2013 Finals - Prophet T.B Joshua.

The General Overseer of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, says Nigeria’s Super Eagles would defeat Burkina Faso in Sunday’s final of the Africa Cup of Nations in SouthAfrica.

T.B Joshua, who warned Eagles’ coach, Stephen Keshi to avoid conceding a late minute goal in their AFCON 2013 Group C opener against the Burkinabe, told newsmen that Nigeria’s case in the Nations Cup final this year is like the biblical Jacob who wrestled with God, saying that “on Sunday we’ll tell God unless He gives us our heart’s desire we’ll not let Him go”.

“The cloud is darker over Nigeria’s Super Eagles, but with God we’ll scale through. If it were not to be the final, anything could have happened. The first match we played with Burkina Faso, it was just by the grace of God that it ended in a draw.

“On Sunday, our opponents will play defensively because they will be looking out for penalty shootout at the end of the game. They will also play through three of their strikers upfront; one of them very tall and huge player and two others. “What I’m seeing I don’t want to say it because it would be too frightening, but I want to assure that we’ll scale through the challenge on Sunday.”