A popular Ghanaian traditional priest, Kwaku Bonsam, has claimed responsibility for the death of Nigeria’s influential preacher, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua.
TB Joshua who was the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), died on Saturday, June 5, 2021, a week before his 58th birthday.
His death created a lot of controversies. While millions across the world mourned him for the great spiritual exploits in healing, prophecies and charity work, some criticized him, alleging that he misled his followers.
But in a video which African Community News saw Saturday morning, the Ghanaian priest, Kwaku Bonsam, said TB Joshua’s death was a thing of joy as it was a dream come through.
He alleged that TB Joshua used his spiritual powers to kill John Evans Atta Mills when he was president of Ghana in order to pave way for his preferred candidate who was a member of his church to rule Ghana, adding that he gave the SCOAN founder 10 years to die.
He said that following the death of then president John Evans Atta Mills, he accused TB Joshua of being behind the sudden demise of the Ghanaian leader which led to a spiritual battle between the two of them with Joshua threatening he would kill him.
He said- “TB Joshua tried to kill me spiritually. He said he was going to fight me in the spiritual realm after I accused him of killing late John Evans Atta Mills
“I gave him a 9 to 10-year ultimatum that I will show him that only God can judge me on this earth. We went into a spiritual contest and I won that battle,” he said.