Fake t.b. Joshua branch in harare exposed!

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    PEOPLE suspected of running a fake branch of T.B Joshua’s Synagogue, Church Of All Nations in Harare allegedly fled the country on Tuesday.
    The alleged culprits are a white man identified as Eric and understood to be of Dutch origins and Shaleen Manhiri. This followed a statement on T.B Joshua’s blog and Emmanuel TV this week where the prophet disowned the branch housed at number 42 Goodrington, Sunridge.
    They used to operate from 7 Arts at Avondale Shopping Centre before moving to Sunridge where they are operating from a house that is understood to belong to Shaleen’s parents.
    Faced with hostile victims, the two are understood to have flown to South Africa although they claimed that they would be travelling to Nigeria today to meet T.B Joshua over the matter.
    Yesterday people, who felt cheated, besieged the Sunridge office demanding refunds of between US$1 700 and US$2 200 they were made to pay to visit T.B. Joshua at his Nigeria base. Apparently the “Harare office” facilitated the travelling of Zimbabweans to Nigerian and those intending to travel were also made to surrender their passports. Some claimed to have been waiting since last year in January.
    H-Metro yesterday witnessed numerous people who were demanding explanations following the statement disowning the Harare branch.
    Some of the allegations against the “Harare branch” were that they were charging US$50 to those who wanted anointed water, a T.B. Joshua cd and sticker.
    While the statement from the Synagogue made it clear that the anointed water is NOT for sale, Zimbabweans were being told that it costs US$100 to get the water, two cds, two stickers when in Nigeria.
    Also at the “Harare branch”, a picture frame of T.B. Joshua sells for US$50 for an A4 size and US$80 for those measuring 8x12.
    While mineral water being sold for US$1 is not part of the anointed water, there are concerns that most people have been buying the water believing it to be from T.B. Joshua… Continue reading
     

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