TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), has sparked a plethora of reactions on social media following his visit to a mountain to pray against the COVID-19 crisis.

The clergyman took to his Twitter page on Tuesday to share videos of himself asking God to forgive the sins of the world and heal it from the pandemic.

“In the name of Jesus, we present the nations of the world to you, lord. Forgive their iniquities. Forgive them their wrongs. There is a cure in the blood of Jesus,” he can be heard praying.

“Heal the world, heal them of the fear of COVID-19. You’re the great help, the very help in times of trouble. Now is the time.

Joshua’s actions have provoked different reactions on social media platforms especially Twitter where users are registering their differing opinions.

“To be honest, TB Joshua has been the most concerned pastor during this pandemic. He might be getting it all wrong but I still appreciate the effort. He first made an effort at predicting the end. Now he has made an effort to seek divine help through indefinite fasting,” a user wrote.

“Maybe TB Joshua is lying or not is not my business my own problem is why did he now did a photoshoot to upload on social media,” another user said.

Here is what some Nigerians had to say:



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