- Prophet TB Joshua has bared his private life as he spoke with pressmen concerning his wife and children
- The man of God said he is not in the position to make his wife a pastor, as that is for God to do
- According to the SCOAN prophet, his ministry is working on building a university sometime in the future
Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN) has recently spoken about his family to newsmen, talking about his wife and daughters.
This Day reports that the clergyman said his first daughter is currently studying for her Ph.D., while his second daughter is at Oxford University, UK, doing her masters.
The SCOAN prophet added that the third of his children is in secondary school.
On his wife, he revealed that he would have wanted her to be like him but said only God has the power to change people.
TB Joshua went further to say that he cannot anoint her to be a minister as only God can do that. He, however, said it “is not a biological issue, it is an inheritance from the saints."
During his interview, the man of God also revealed his plans to one day build a university but he never gave further details about where the school will be located.
“So we intend to build a university of science which will be part of the ministry. Science, theology, medicine, these are the areas that interest us.”
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that TB Joshua finally revealed what he does before he comes to the altar to preach.
In a video he released on his official Twitter page, the cleric said that his resting time is when he receives from God, while his working time is the period he comes to the altar to preach.
TB Joshua later showed in the video the mountain he goes to commune with God. In the video, he could be seen with a Bible as he muttered what seemed like prayers.
The man of God said:
“Resting time is time to receive from God. Working time is time to give what we receive from God. This is a difficult time where every day is filled with uncertainty. These are some of the places I spend my time to receive this message."