Thursday, 17 April 2014

TB Joshua says Malaysia plane “between Indonesia and the Indian Ocean”

 TB Joshua says Malaysia plane “between Indonesia and the Indian Ocean”
LAGOS – Nigerian celebrity preacher TB Joshua has directed Malaysian authorities and other institutions looking for the missing Malaysian plane to look “between Indonesia and the Indian Ocean.”

TB Joshua says Malaysia plane “between Indonesia and the Indian Ocean”

According to him, authorities must go deep in the ocean and they will find scattered debris of the aircraft.

Flight MH370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport just after midnight last week on Saturday and it has since disappeared which has left investigators, aviation experts and other authorities in several countries at a loss to what happened.

There were 239 people on-board the plane. The airline said it did not receive any distress messages or emergency signals from the pilot before it “disappeared off the radar.”

TB Joshua had earlier indicated that “the plane concerned is deep inside the sea”. He added that none of the 239 passengers will survive.

Prophesying to his church members as well as viewers all over the world on March 15, 2014, TB Joshua said: “They should look between Indonesia and Indian Ocean because the particles of the plane has scattered and gone everywhere”

The head pastor of the Synagogue Church Of All Nation (Scoan) disclosed that the pilot of the plane “lost signal, lost his bearings” causing the plane to be “diverted.”

According to him, “there are some strange people inside the plane; strange people that are not supposed to be inside. The pilot lost signal, the plane diverted and lost his bearings. The pilot confronted a situation he could not handle.”

He however, sent a word of consolation to the families of the passengers and added that “the whole thing has come to an end; they will discover the plane; particles, and everything will end any moment from now.

“This coming week, we are not going to talk about it again and the families will know their fate,” he said. Peace FM
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