Lagos — The recent mission of Heartland’s Zambian import, Signs Wonder Chibambo to the TB Joshua’s Synagogue Church For All Nations, (SCOAN) Lagos has been exposed.
League Service gathered from a close pal of Chibambo that the Zambian youth international’s main reason for attending one of the services of SCOAN was to seek for divine intervention for his recurrent injury spell that is always a threat to his career.
“Bros please don’t tell him I told you. However, his main reason for going to pray at Synagogue was to guard against his recurring injury. You know as human beings, we all need God’s intervention in whatever we do in life. So that is why he was in Lagos,” our sources added.
Meanwhile, in a related development, Naijaligue.blogspot.com report confirmed that Chibambo who is very religious, spent almost five days at SCOAN before heading back to Owerri to join his team-mates for last weekend’s CAF Champions League cracker with Tiko United in Owerri.
The report added that the Zambian who turns 23 this year, pointed out that going to the Synagogue to worship should not raise eyebrows as he did not want to fall into trouble with Heartland.
“I have watched programmes of the church on television several times, and I must tell you that I have been impressed by the way things are done there. So I felt that I should just go there and worship and then also ask God for favour in my career. For me, I don’t think it is a big deal to go and worship in Synagogue because it is also like going to other churches on normal service days to worship and pray for favours,” Chibambo said.
The player also revealed that he took time to pray for Heartland’s campaign in both the Premier League and the CAF Champions League this season.
“Also, I prayed for Heartland that we can win the CAF Champions League this season and also the league because I know if we do well in the two competitions that it will affect my career positively,” he concluded.