TB Joshua changed my life forever – Vimbai Mutinhiri

Vimbai Mutinhiri

Zimbabwean actress and TV personality Vimbai Mutinhiri has stated that the moments she shared with her mentor the late Prophet TB Joshua changed her life.

The 35-year-old stated this in an Instagram post on Tuesday, June 7 as she posted a clip from the brand new show titled ‘My TB Joshua Moments’ which airs on Emmanuel TV.

The program, hosted by Vambai, focuses on showcasing and celebrating the impact of the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

Captioning the post, Vimbai Mutinhiri expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to host the program.

The actress added that her moments with TB Joshua changed her life forever and sharing the stories of many others who had the same experience with the prophet was an honour.

She wrote: “A divine assignment! I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be used as a vessel to share God’s work through Prophet TB Joshua’s legacy with the world!

“My moments with Prophet TB Joshua changed my life forever, and it is an honour to share the stories of so many who had the same experience. The joy is that there are still so many lives that can be touched as we unearth more of these untold encounters. Join us on Emmanuel TV.”

Joshua founded Emmanuel TV in 2006 as the television network for his Synagogue Church of All Nations.

Vimbai got married to Nigerian Andrew Ekpenyong in Calabar in May 2020 and welcomed her daughter Eme Ekpenyong in July 2021, a month after Joshua’s death on June 5.

In a message posted on Instagram a day after Joshua’s death Vimbai said when she moved to Nigeria the late televangelist told her “my daughter, you have finally come home”.

The University of Cape Town graduate said nothing could have prepared her and her family for a life without Joshua whom she credits for leading her to Christ and for being her shepherd in her walk in faith.