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Prophet Joshua visits South Sudan, calls for peace among leaders

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A Nigerian Prophet, popularly known as TB Joshua visits South Sudan on Tuesday, November, 12.

Meanwhile, Joshua claimed that President Kiir invited him to come and pray for peace, and deliver a prophet message to the nation.

Moreover, President Salva Kir Mayardit and senior government officials welcomed him at the Juba International Airport.

However, in his prophetic message at the presidential palace in Juba on Tuesday.

Joshua called the South Sudan leaders to overcome their differences for peace to reign.

In essence, Joshua said, “Time has come for us to overcome our division, for us to put behind us our differences”.

“There is no more time for us; God wants to move the nation forward”.

Although South Sudan is blessed with many natural resources, the citizens are scattered all over the world.

In fact, the prophet said South Sudanese are intelligent, hardworking and ambitious people.

He urged leaders to resolve their differences so that their citizens can come back to develop their fatherland.

Above all, Joshua said that the plan of God would happen over the nation.

Following its Independence in 2011, South Sudan descended into civil wars.

About 400,000 people have died and more than 4 million displaced.

However, TB Joshua gained prominence in South Sudan for his prophecy of a failed coup attempt against President Kir before the conflict erupted in 2013.

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