TB Joshua speaks on xenophobic attacks, calls on Africans to unite and fight against common enemy (photos)

TB Joshua speaks on xenophobic attacks, calls on Africans to unite and fight against common enemy (photos)

General Overseer of Synagogue Church of All Nations, Temitope Balogun Joshua, has called on Africans to unite and stand with each other not against each other.

The pastor while speaking on recent xenophobic attacks that occurred in South Africa a few days ago, advised Africans to be concerned about one another.

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Every African should be concerned with whatever happens in South Africa - TB Joshua speaks on xenophobic attacks

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He expressed that Africa is a continent like a human body and explained that if something happens to a part it affects the whole body.

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Read what he said below:

“The wound of one should be the wound of all. Whatever happens in any African country, we should come together – what can we do? What happens in Nigeria – every African should be concerned. Every African should be concerned with whatever happens in South Africa. We should see it as if it happens in our own country.”

"The wound of one should be the wound of all. Every continent is like a human being. South Africa is a hand; Ghana is another hand. Nigeria may be a leg; Congo could be an eye. In the body, if anything happens to a part of it, the whole body will feel it.”

“The wound of one should be the wound of all. Today, if anything happens to a country, people say they will carry their people – where are you carrying them to? Why can’t we come together and redeem our continent?”

"AFRICA, UNITE! We have a common enemy – satan! We have one enemy camouflaged differently, uniformed differently. What is happening there can happen in any country. Africa, let us unite!” - T.B. Joshua.”

A few days ago, South Africans launched a series of attacks on Nigerians in the country, claiming that Nigerians are responsible for the dishonest acts plaguing the country.

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Racism is at its peak in South Africa as citizens are unwilling to tolerate people from other countries.

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