South Africa Reacts to Sudden Death of Nigeria’s TB Joshua

SCAON releases statement on TB Joshua Death

Nigerian Tele-evangelist Prophet TB Joshua was reported to have passed on at the age of 57. The funeral date for the final send off has not been confirmed yet. The news of his sudden death shocked alot of people world wide and even here in South Africa.

Prophet TB Joshua who’s full name is Temitope Balogun (TB) was the general overseer a.k.a founder of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations (Scoan) and the president of Emmanuel television station in Lagos, Nigeria that many South Africans followed.

It is reported that he died in hospital after concluding a church programmed in Lagos earlier on the same Saturday. Throughout his televised ministry he was known for usually prophesying major events and displayed miraculous works of healing, deliverance and was a generous giver to the needy. Many thought reports of his death was fake news at first. Others reflected on his relations with South Africa while others quickly sent out their condolences to the family, friends and supporters of the SCOAN leader.

Prophet T.B. Joshua’s last moments were spent serving God and humanity – the cause for which he had been born for, lived for and died for. Throughout his life he had stayed true to the motto of Emmanuel TV and The SCOAN: “Changing lives, changing nations and changing the world.” 

SCOAN press release