The preacher says ever since he had the miracle of speaking with God over the phone, people have been hot on his heels asking for the number.
He said his decision is also compounded by lots of misinterpretations and misrepresentation of the incident.
"That was heaven online, direct talk to God and the results were rather shocking. Some went to the extent of saying I text God on WhatsApp, while some said I was having selfies with Him," he said.
Sanyangore said the incident has been made worse by a South African magazine that picked the story and put a cellphone number saying that was God's number.
"Recently I got pictures from a South African magazine which carried the story and inserted a phone number saying that was God's number. This is untrue as I never at any point gave the number. This is why I feel comfortable talking to you guys, you verify things before publishing unlike on social media," he said.
Sanyangore said he will be sharing the contact this Sunday during a prophetic service that will also come out on his Victory TV.
"The time is ripe, come Sunday the contact will be shared. I will not intercede on behalf of people they will be talking to the creator directly. We will have the event beamed on our television channel, Victory TV for the avoidance of explanations and misrepresentations," he said.
"When the Israelites demanded to see God, Moses prayed and asked God to present himself. I have had a similar situation and it is time that I share the contact and there are conditions thereto. People have to be pure come Sunday to contain the number. It is going to be a prophetic service and e will be at our base Kingstons House, it is a day not to be missed for healing and deliverance," he said.
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