He also showered them with cash. He extended invitations to 44 relatives of the deceased for Christmas dinner and many accepted. Another group is expected to come to Nigeria this month. Wonder Ndlovu whose
husband, Mbongeni Ndlovu died shared her experience: “He (Joshua) took us to a five-star posh hotel for dinner, fine food and drinks. The hotel is in Victoria Island. After chilling we came back in his luxurious kombis.
(There were) more surprises while (we were) preparing to sleep. The mamas who took us shopping knocked and presented us with N50k each and they said we (must not) use all our (own) shopping money. I just sang A huna ya tshwana le yena (there’s no one like him).
On Monday, we visited the disaster site and it was an emotional experience. We met with the man of God (Joshua) and he briefed us about the site visit. The prophet is full of surprises. After weeping, he took us to the city to see places. To our surprise we shopped till we dropped and the bill is on him.
We were having the time of our lives, forgetting the pain of the past and looking forward to picking up the pieces and moving on. Yesterday has gone by, but tomorrow is forever. It is ugly. Looking at the building foundations we are convinced it was an attack.”
Meanwhile, some of the families who have received invitations to meet Joshua this month said they would gladly go. Simphiwe Ngcobo, who lost both parents, said the trip would help him connect “spiritually” with his parents,
Reverend Eric Myeni, whose son died in the collapse, has also accepted Joshua’s invitation. He hopes to meet Joshua and receive spiritual guidance…. N50k is worth more than 1billion South Africa Rands. Truth be told, currently in Nigeria, A huna ya tshwana le yena. God bless him…..