The Founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Temitope Joshua, otherwise called Prophet TB Joshua, is dead.
Joshua supposedly passed on Saturday night in Lagos in the wake of finishing up a program at his congregation.
The congregation and his family have not authoritatively reported his passing. He was 57. Plans were in progress for his 58th birthday celebration. Joshua was brought into the world on June 12, 1963.
Information on his death turned into a pattern on Twitter in the early long stretches of Saturday as numerous Nigerians alternated to grieve the late prophet.
The reason for his passing was not quickly revealed, yet sources disclosed to Saharareporters he became sick two days prior.
His body is accepted to have been stored at General Hospital in Isolo, Lagos.
TB Joshua’s megachurch runs the well known Emmanuel TV channel from Lagos, trailed by numerous Christians around the world.
Joshua is renowned across Africa, Europe and America. His YouTube channel, Emmanuel TV, had more than 1,000,000 endorsers and was the world’s most seen Christian service on the stage before it was suspended.
He is notable for his dubious predictions, for example, the Ghana fear assault, US official political decision, Covid and his impact in African governmental issues. He as of late anticipated Nigeria would stay one regardless of flimsiness in various pieces of the country.
He as of late composed on his Facebook page about plans to praise his 58th birthday celebration.
He said, “As things stand, you may have acknowledged it won’t be simple for me to commend my birthday under the current conditions. A portion of individuals who need to come are grieved by the circumstance everywhere on the world. We see their dread and their concern. I sympathize with their agony; I feel their concern.
“Accordingly, let us devote this day to supplication and fasting. Remember the penniless. By the finesse of God, more birthday celebrations are ahead. God gesundheit! Emmanuel. Jesus is Lord! Cheerful Birthday.”
On September 12 2014, a guesthouse fell in Lagos’ SCOAN premises, slaughtering in any event 115 individuals, 84 of them were South Africans.
SOURCE: Sahara Reporters