- Locals and foreigners stormed the Synagogue church premises on Monday for the procession of late TB Joshua
- The procession, which was led by the wife of the late prophet Evelyn Joshua, had over 5 000 participants
- Emerging photos and video from the exercise has sent social media into an emotional frenzy as many penned well wishes to the late preacher
While the world and faithfuls of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) continue to express shock at the demise of the church's founder, his burial arrangements are set to kick off in earnest.
On Monday, July 5, a procession was held for late TB Joshua who passed away on June 5.
The exercise, which Premium Times reported was led by TB Joshua's wife, Evelyn Joshua, had over 5 000 participants that include foreigners.
Dressed in printed white shirts bearing the image of the late prophet at the front and with lit candles, the faithful marched from the church premises solemnly.
"I hope he smiles down from heaven when he looks down to see the few that genuinely loves Him, May his Soul Rest Amen."
"May the good LORD JESUS CHRIST MIGHTY NAME PUT YOUR SOUL IN THE HANDS OF ALMIGHTY FATHFUL LIVING GOD ALMIGHTY MY FATHER FOREVER IN JESUS CHRIST MIGHTY NAME I PRAY AMEN AMEN AMEN AMEN AMEN."
"Rest in peace beloved Prophet TB Joshua."
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SCOAN give details of TB Joshua's burial arrangements
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that SCOAN had announced the burial arrangements for late TB Joshua.
The statement was shared on the official Facebook page of the church, detailing that the late prophet will be buried within the precincts of the church.
The statement also made it clear that the death of Prophet Joshua does not mean the end of his ministry, stressing that the church will move on.
Part of the statement read:
“We are currently preparing for the week-long service from Monday 5th to Sunday 11th July 2021 in honour of Prophet TB Joshua’s life and legacy. He will be laid to rest at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, Nigeria.”
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