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CONFIRMED: Prophecy about Ndola Stadium collapse not true

Published on: 07 June 2012

The Synagogue Church of All Nations has given an official statement that the alleged rumours concerning the Ndola stadium are not true.

Scoan Ministries has since encouraged people to be watching the international prophecies during SCOAN services which are aired live on Emmanuel TV to avoid false prophecies.

False rumours that were going round were that that TB Joshua the overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations during one of the SCOAN services aired on Emmanuel TV said that a stadium would collapse at grand opening if no prayers were engaged.

This brought fear among Zambians who were concerned about their safety.

Zambia will host Ghana on Saturday in the second game at the newly commissioned Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.

And most soccer fans in Lusaka have complained that the Football Association of Zambia should do more to ensure more people can access the tickets for the game and soccer fans who stormed Football House claimed there was a shortage of tickets.

Source: tumfweko

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