Chris Oyakhilome has decided on a healing programme for TB Joshua’s burial.

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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, founder and president of Christ Embassy Church, will host a three-day healing programme called ‘Healing Streams With Pastor Chris’ beginning on Friday, July 9 and lasting through Sunday, July 11.

Interestingly, Oyakhilome’s healing programme coincides with the death of Prophet T. B. Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, whose week-long funeral began on Monday.

On July 9, his ashes will be laid to rest.

Oyakhilome has remained silent about Joshua’s death. Despite first speaking with Joshua, the priest has not made a sympathy visit to Joshua’s wife Evelyn.

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Prophet TB Joshua

Oyakhilome’s last healing programme took place in March.

According to the statement, among the miracles seen at the last event were a young Mongolian woman who had her leg grow out and her gait straightened, a South African who received a brand-new heart, and a young Nigerian who had his hearing completely restored.

According to the statement, “this has raised expectations for the upcoming programme, as far more participants have already pre-registered for the event.” To guarantee that no one gets left behind, efforts are being taken to ensure that the show is broadcast to a variety of locations throughout the world.

“To this end, homes, offices, hospitals, prisons, orphanages, police stations, military bases, beauty salons, superstores, malls, parks, laundromats, workshops, conference centers are being converted to healing centres to beam the programme live to participants across every country on earth with plans to reach at least six billion people globally.

“Pastor Chris has already prophesied that wherever people gather to participate in this program, the power of God will be transmitted right into that place and there will be extraordinary miracles following the mighty move of God’s Spirit.”


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