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Major Events In Prophet T.B Joshua’s Church Since His Death

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Nigeria lost one of its renowned clergymen, Prophet T.B Joshua, on the 5th of June 2021 after one of his evening services in Lagos, Nigeria, just one week prior to his 58th birthday.
The death of the philanthropist was mourned by Nigerians which made many to describe his life while on earth (including talks about if he was truly a man of God). The controversial pastor’s death also led to many talks about his after life.
Many wants to know who will succeed him as the General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) having being the only recognized pastor of the church.
Here are major events that has occurred in the church since the death of Prophet T.B Joshua;
1. A Successor Appointed as the Head of the Church: The wife of the late Nigerian pastor and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Evelyn Joshua, is to become the head of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN). The church’s elders were said to have declared Evelyn as the successor to her late husband.

Mrs Evelyn Joshua

Mrs Evelyn Joshua

2. Week Long Funeral Rites Began in Lagos: Family, relatives, and the church of God has concluded the candlelight procession for the late televangelist. Evelyn Joshua, wife of the late pastor and successor as the Head of the Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN) led the candlelight procession which has in attendance people from different parts of the world.

T. B Joshua's candlelight procession

T. B Joshua’s candlelight procession

3. Fire Guts Building in T.B Joshua’s Church: There was a fire outbreak at the Synagogue Church of All Nations located in Ikotun area of Lagos State on Monday night.The fire incident happened on the night of the candle procession which had about 5,000 of his followers in attendance. It was gathered that the fire, which gutted a store house in the church’s premises, started around 11pm.The fire was however put out before firefighters arrived at the location at past 12.Fire at SCOAN

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