Yinka Egbejobi and Mari-Anne Ibeh, two former senior members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), will on Tuesday, November 29 kick off a three-day programme in Mexico.
Popularly known as Prophetess Yinka and Prophetess Anne from their SCOAN days, the two women now run their own ministries named God’s Own Grace Mission and Essence of Worship respectively.
The three-day programme will hold on November 29, and 30 and roll over to December 1 in the city of Tabasco.
Yinka and Anne posted flyers of the event on their social media platforms, beckoning members of the public to join them for their ministration.
Yinka captioned her post “Join us for the ministration in the city of Tabasco, Mexico. When the power of God is present, healing, deliverance is like breathing. As air is available for breathing, so also all of God’s blessings are available.”
Anne on the other hand wrote “Come and witness the power of God working in the spirit. The Anointing of God working against the powers of darkness.
“There will also be a prayerline registration for those who want to receive a touch from Jesus Christ as He uses the hand of Prophet TB Joshua’s two prophetesses Anne and Yinka to do His work today.”
Anne announced their presence in the North American country in a Facebook post on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
The clergywoman revealed that she came with her team to evangelise and minister in different places.
While Yinka engaged in outreach programmes since their arrival, Anne on the other hand has been ministering songs, healings and deliverances at the Church of Restoration and Liberty in the city of Mexico.