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Juba, 11 November 2019: TB Joshua the self-proclaimed prophet is set to visit Juba tomorrow on Tuesday to perform the ritual cleansing prayer for President Kiir. President Kiir said to be a strong follower of TB Joshua though Kiir himself is a catholic. 
It can be recalled that it was the self-proclaimed Prophet TB Joshua whose cult prophesied has triggered the conflict in South Sudan, before the beginning of the conflict in 2013, in his false prophecy, TB Joshua said there is a country in north of Kenya, whose people will arise against its leader and try to kill him, it was at this point, Mr. Kiir assumed that TB Joshua was prophesying about him. 
Soon after the violence erupted in Juba, President Kiir dispatched high delegation headed by Vice President James Wani Igga, with an unspecified amount of dollars to thank TB Joshua for his prophecy. 
TB Joshua's coming to Juba on Tuesday has been confirmed by Presidential spokesperson, Ateny Wek Ateny, "Yes, he is coming here [Juba] tomorrow on Tuesday to hold prayers for peace. He is coming to pray for the leaders at J1" said Ateny Wek Ateny. 
It is just blind faith and misuse of public money, this is an insult to great religious leaders in the country, Kiir has failed to listen to great clergies in the country, he failed to adhere to the vast knowledge of Pope Francis.  
TB Joshua is an opportunist who failed for almost five years to pray for the safe return of Cibok school girls, and he cannot prophesy and predict the location of the Cibok school girls who were adopted by Boko Haram Nigerian Islamist terrorist group for five years, how can he be considered and trusted for the peace prayer? This is disgraceful to our nation to allow this man/ cult to come to the country. In 2014, President Kiir appointed TB Joshua as his adviser on religious affairs. 


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