- A lot of political analysts in and outside the US have advised President Donald Trump to concede defeat in the US election
- One of those who have voiced the same opinion is Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations
- Joshua stated that Trump must understand that elections in a democratic setting are always bigger than a candidate
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Prophet TB Joshua, the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) has advised President Donald Trump to concede defeat in the United States' presidential election.
Speaking to his congregation in a sermon on Saturday, November 14, Prophet Joshua called on President Trump to understand that in a democratic setting, elections are never about one candidate as the nation is bigger than even the president.
Without mentioning names, the Nigerian cleric said that whatever the case is eventually, losers of elections must accept the outcome and hope for the best in the future.
Joshua, on his Twitter page, said:
“Politics, campaigns and elections in any democratic country in the world are never about one person; it is about the country we care for and love.
“Whatever happens, we must accept the outcome and then look to the future – to Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith. Don’t forget – democracy is all about accommodation.
“All democrats must value the process of democracy more than the product.”
Joshua on Monday, November 2, made some predictions ahead of the ongoing US presidential election.
Although he did not make any prophecy on who will eventually win the much-talked-about poll, TB Joshua forecasted that Christians who were in full support of President Donald Trump will be disappointed in the end.
However, he called on them to find succour in the newly appointed US Supreme Court Judge, Amy Coney Barrett, who was picked by Trump.
The famous Nigerian cleric noted that Christians should be joyful over the fact that Barrett would be used as an instrument of check.
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Source: Yen Ghana