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General News of Tuesday, 27 January 1998

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The leader of the Nigeria-based Synagogue of All Nations, Prophet T.B. Joshua, has underlined the need for Africans of all political persuasions and ethnic background to adopt a positive approach to issues of basic importance on the continent, This, he said will help put Africa on a path of progress. Prophet Joshua was speaking to newsmen during a day's visit to Accra. He said the positive approach philosophy enjoins Africans to support governments of the day for the good of all. Prophet Joshua said God is the creator of all, but not he father of all nations... He said the greatest decision in one's life is what to do with God, adding that a life of Godliness or righteousness is the solution to the hydra headed problems on the continent. On the growing number of quack religious leaders, allegedly exploiting people in the name of God, Prophet Joshua cautioned against any quick judgment on their activities, saying judgement is for God. gri