A church programme scheduled for Tuesday morning in Ghana's national capital, Accra, by a Nigerian Prophet T. B. Joshua, has caused chaos and humongous gridlock on the a commercial/industrial Spintex road and its enclave.
The entire Spintex enclave has been invaded by a sea of cars, some of which have parked haphazardly on the side of the road.
Thousands of Christians and members of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations Synagogue (SCOAN) have swamped the enclave for T. B. Joshua's morning Church service.
Public figure David Ampofo, who described the situation as "total chaos", also wrote on his facebook wall the following message: "Come and see what is happening on Spintex road. We can't even go out to work or take the kids to school because T.B. Joshua has arrived in Ghana and is holding a service at his Church on Spintex road with a message from God for his flock.
"Cars parked all over, on pavements, on the lawn, in every conceivable space. People trooping in large numbers on foot, making their way to see their 'man of God', describing it as a 'shame' and asking: 'What is wrong with us?' "
Mr. Ampofo wondered why so many thousands of people would abandon their jobs on a Tuesday morning to go to worship with T. B. Joshua.