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President of Paraguay's Congress, Hon. Roberto Acevedo honouring Prophet T B Joshua after his two-day crusade in the capital city of Asuncion recently

Paraguayan’s Senate hands over Capital city key, national honours to T.B. Joshua

After dropping the hint about two weeks ago during Live Sunday Service in Lagos, Africa’s leading Man of God and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T.B. Joshua, put paid to his miracle crusade mission to South America; destination, Paraguayan capital city of Asuncion.

Overwhelmed by the quantum of deliverance and power of the word of God during the two-day power packed crusade at the Estadio Defensores Del Chaco in the capital, Asuncion, the President of Paraguay’s Congress, the Senate, Hon. Roberto Acevedo honoured him with double.

First was the official presentation of the highest National Honour by the Paraguayan Parliament to Senior Prophet TB Joshua.

Secondly, the Nigerian leading religious export was also presented with the key to the capital city of Asuncion by the Municipal Council; an indication that the city has been handed over to God for His blessing through the international prophet.

TB J paraguayBusiness Hilights gathered Paraguay’s bicameral Congress (Congreso) consists of a 45-member Senate and an 80-member Chamber of Deputies. It serves as the legislative branch of the Paraguayan state.

Both chambers of Congress are elected concurrently with the president by means of a proportional representation system. Deputies are elected by department and Senators on a nationwide basis.

Paraguayans from all walks of life as well as religious leaders had trooped to the crusade ground, Estadio Defensores Del Chaco and the atmosphere was filled with high expectations which came to pass as not less than a hundred physically challenged people in wheelchairs were healed of various ailments.

All the healed who came on wheelchairs were seen leaving the magnificent stadium with their wheelchairs raised while they started walking unaided.

Over two million people graced the occasion which was said to be unprecedented in the history of the country’s religious gatherings over the years.

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Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Headquarters, Ikotu, Lagos Nigeria: Photo: Business Hilights

He is expected back to Nigeria any time this week. However, his absence at the SCOAN Sunday Live Service, yesterday may have lead to the end of service around 3.20PM instead of late in the evening when he is around.

Two major highlights of the Sunday Service were worship songs and massive deliverance by Evangelists on the power of the new Morning Water he introduced before the trip to South America.

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