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About Prophet/Professor LN Justin

L.N. Justin is the General Overseer of The World Community Counselling Centre (WCCC). The Founder is Jesus Christ! He is just one of those who have humbly submitted to the will of God (Isaiah 6:8). Born on September 6, 1963 in Congo Democratic Republic of Congo, L.N Justin’s journey is a humbling story of how God raised him from a poverty-stricken home to lead an international ministry that would attract people worldwide to witness the reality of God’s power today.

From being a refuge in Botswana, from a painful and poorly living of suffering to receiving a divine call and starting a ministry with a mere three members, the life of L.N Justin is a story of amazing grace and unwavering focus. Today, he is a mentor to world Leaders yet a friend to the widows and less privileged, a role model to his generation yet a humble and hardworking man leading by example, working tirelessly for the advancement of God’s kingdom. His story is an encouragement that there is hope for the weak, (“it is not wrong to start small, but it is wrong to remain small”).

For any further information with regard to our ministry, kindly contact Us.

The constitutional freedom of worship of the hundreds of followers of Prophet LN Justin was dealt a massive blow when their prophet was  forced to re-locate to South Africa sometime in June 2015 following sustained harassment by Government. While those who have the means are able to drive to South Africa every Sunday for church service, my guess is that thousands of his followers, like lost sheep,  are stranded unable to attend the church they so dearly loved. For them this development  amounts to a serious violation of their constitutional freedom of worship. This matter needs to be addressed so these people can regain their religious rights and freedoms.

As a  materialist, with little or no inclination towards the occult sciences, it took my friend and comrade a fair amount of persuasion to get me to that church, but once I got there I was easily convinced  that indeed Prophet Justin possesses some incredible magical healing powers. It was Dr Koma’s advice that  our propaganda and agitation must be directed at all manifestations  of exploitation and oppression, including the seemingly small issues like the persecution of a religious sect. This church is clearly being persecuted.  This article verbalizes  the deep seated anger and frustrations of multitudes of Prophet Justin’s followers. I was there during the first Sunday when church goers arrived in Tlokweng only to find their prophet missing. And I remember their long-faced  palpable sense of injustice. They were clearly agitated as they spontaneously  debated the future of their church in small groups. Some threatened to take the matter up with the minister while others believed that only the UDC  leader Duma Boko could save them. Given that Batswana traditionally lack a sense of persistence in pursuing matters of injustice I would not be surprised if such threats simply fizzled out into despair, disillusionment and defeatism.

About Prophet/Professor LN Justin

L.N. Justin is the General Overseer of The World Community Counselling Centre (WCCC). The Founder is Jesus Christ! He is just one of those who have humbly submitted to the will of God (Isaiah 6:8). Born on September 6, 1963 in Congo Democratic Republic of Congo, L.N Justin’s journey is a humbling story of how God raised him from a poverty-stricken home to lead an international ministry that would attract people worldwide to witness the reality of God’s power today.

From being a refuge in Botswana, from a painful and poorly living of suffering to receiving a divine call and starting a ministry with a mere three members, the life of L.N Justin is a story of amazing grace and unwavering focus. Today, he is a mentor to world Leaders yet a friend to the widows and less privileged, a role model to his generation yet a humble and hardworking man leading by example, working tirelessly for the advancement of God’s kingdom. His story is an encouragement that there is hope for the weak, (“it is not wrong to start small, but it is wrong to remain small”).

For any further information with regard to our ministry, kindly contact Us.

The constitutional freedom of worship of the hundreds of followers of Prophet LN Justin was dealt a massive blow when their prophet was  forced to re-locate to South Africa sometime in June 2015 following sustained harassment by Government. While those who have the means are able to drive to South Africa every Sunday for church service, my guess is that thousands of his followers, like lost sheep,  are stranded unable to attend the church they so dearly loved. For them this development  amounts to a serious violation of their constitutional freedom of worship. This matter needs to be addressed so these people can regain their religious rights and freedoms.

As a  materialist, with little or no inclination towards the occult sciences, it took my friend and comrade a fair amount of persuasion to get me to that church, but once I got there I was easily convinced  that indeed Prophet Justin possesses some incredible magical healing powers. It was Dr Koma’s advice that  our propaganda and agitation must be directed at all manifestations  of exploitation and oppression, including the seemingly small issues like the persecution of a religious sect. This church is clearly being persecuted.  This article verbalizes  the deep seated anger and frustrations of multitudes of Prophet Justin’s followers. I was there during the first Sunday when church goers arrived in Tlokweng only to find their prophet missing. And I remember their long-faced  palpable sense of injustice. They were clearly agitated as they spontaneously  debated the future of their church in small groups. Some threatened to take the matter up with the minister while others believed that only the UDC  leader Duma Boko could save them. Given that Batswana traditionally lack a sense of persistence in pursuing matters of injustice I would not be surprised if such threats simply fizzled out into despair, disillusionment and defeatism.