Controversial Malawi Pastor currently based in South Africa, Hastings Salanje has distanced himself, family and his church from recent scoffing remarks by President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua.
Mutharika recently labeled TB Joshua as a fake prophet who raises money through “false” prophecies.
The President further said that this time his prophecy of him dying as it was the case in 2012 when the prophet prophesized of the death President Professor Bingu wa Mutharika will not come to pass.
“Let me tell TB Joshua and your sisters (, you will fail. What you did in 2012, ( accurately prophesying the death of Bingu wa Mutharika), will not happen [this time around],” he said.
Writing on his official Facebook page, Salanje said that he believes that the president spoke that at his capacity as a person not as a president of Malawi.
Salanje said T B JOSHUA is a man whom God has highly favoured, he is a great prophet of God.
“I don’t know any prophet of God who is great and straight like him,” wrote Salanje.
He said Mutharika’s attack on Man of God has a huge bearing on Malawi as nation.
“I want to believe that what ever he says covers a country, therefore I choose to take this stands and disassociate myself, my family, my church and my country that we are not part of the speech which he made on the prophet. Therefore i also disconnect myself from the courses that can come after insulting a prophet of God.
“May God bless us, bless Malawi and bless prophet TB Joshua. Please if you are a Malawian who fears God, SHARE this post and disassociate your self too. This is the work of the devil to attack Malawi and its people,” added Salanje.
Meanwhile Pastor Zacc Kawalala has backed the President, saying he is entitled to his own opinion.