TB Joshua Speaks Out On Xenophobi Attacks in SA, ‘ We Must Say No

“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

2 Responses to "TB Joshua Speaks Out On Xenophobi Attacks in SA, ‘ We Must Say No"

  1. Mungelezi   February 24, 2017 at 6:18 am

    What wera his exact words concerning the same “Xenophobia Attacks in SA”

  2. Beware of Deception   February 27, 2017 at 11:29 am

    One can see the hypocrisy of especially the black South Africans. They complained about oppression under the deplorable apartheid but they are now the perpetrators of xenophobia. I know xenophobia is a spirit and we must pray to break it but I also wonder whether our greedy politicians are not a guilty party to this evil. Most Africans migrate to RSA for a better life because their own countries of origin are in a state of poverty caused by the greed engraved in African politics.
    My plea to our politicians is that as you aspire to the political offices remember the poor. There will be a day of reckoning and the Lord will bring you to judgement even in this life.