Prophet Ajagurajah is worried about the plethora of insults and contentment that have greeted the death of Temitope Balogun (TB) Joshua coming from a cluster of people in Africa.
The controversial Ghanaian prophet obviously concerned about his own fate when he’s dead and gone, asked his cherished followers on Instagram if that’s would befall of him when he’s no more. In a sober mood reflected in a photo he atatched to his post, Agurajah wrote;
So if they are insulting TB Joshua because he is dead, what would they do to me if I die tomorrow boi thinking
Meanwhile, eagle-eyed netizens spotted the man of God with a gun shielded somewhere in his room in the above photo he shared.
The image has evoked a new conversation online torn between Christians and non-religious folks centred on why a man of God, who asks church members to always call on God and his angels for protection, uses a gun for his own safety.
Meanwhile, a submission made Fiffi Bright (a famed Ghanaian atheist) sums up why the otherwise harmless photo is buzzing the internet. He said; “This Ghanaian spiritual pastor/prophet claims a lot of things on radio and television.
He goes around asking innocent ignorant Ghanaians to come to him and his angel for protection, yet he can’t trust the very same angel to protect him.
He needs to take ha personal protection into his own hands and yet he misleads the public into thinking an angel or a God can protect them. Wake up and start using your brains people.”
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