Popular Prophecies of TB Joshua

Published on: July 9, 2021 (Updated on: April 22, 2024)

Popular prophecies of TB Joshua

Nigeria is a secular society and Christianity and Islam, among other religions, are largely practiced by many. One of the most popular figures in Christianity in Nigeria was Temitope Balogun Joshua. He was popularly known as TB Joshua. This article is about popular prophecies of TB Joshua.

TB Joshua was not only popular in Nigeria, his ministry and popularity transcends the shores of Nigeria. He was the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations. On June 5 2021, 7 days before his birthday, TB Joshua passed away. He was quite popular for prophecies (some of which were controversial) on several events during his life time.

Legend has it that TB Joshua predicted the death of Michael Jackson, popular pop artiste who coincidentally died in the month of June (25 June, 2009).

When Michael Jackson died, there were several accounts of stories in the media of how TB Joshua prophesied about his death. One notable account of those stories was told by Tee Mac Omastola Iseli, former president of Music Union of Nigeria (PMAN). He was quoted as saying:

On June 12 I went to the Synagogue to wish him happy birthday and played some flute for the guests, but the Man of God did not come down to the party. He called me up to his private office. There we discussed the PMAN problem and he told me to bring through Marlon Jackson, Michael to Nigeria. He stated that Michael needs urgent help, medical and deliverance. I replied that Michael has just passed a medical test before the events managers would sign him for the 50 shows, but Prophet T.B. Joshua insisted that Michel must come to Nigeria to the Synagogue for treatment and that this was a very serious situation ...

Tee Mac

TB Joshua claimed to have prophesied many events that occurred in the world during his lifetime. Many of those prophecies are available on the SCOAN website and also on the EmmanuelTV channel which is available on Youtube. RIP TB Joshua!


Michael Akerele