PeopleReligionMembers of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations Held Mini Service

Bereaved members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations held a mini service at the church’s main entrance following the death of the founder, Prophet Temitope Joshua.

The bereaved members were wailing, worshipping, and praying.

The members said it is necessary to hold the service to honour God for giving them a cleric like TB Joshua who has fought a good fight and won.

One of the worshippers, Jane Maduko, said: ‘We need to hold this service because we have not been holding service at the main church auditorium since the COVID-19 outbreak.

‘The man of God has been telling members to hold on that service cannot hold in the church until he heard from God that he did want any member to suffer from the virus.”

‘We are bereaved because we didn’t expect this to happen now. This is not the right time for the man of God to die. But God knows the reason why he has to take him.”

Hassan Umar Shallpella (Regional Correspondent)
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