– Reactions have continued to trail the death of Temitope Balogun Joshua, the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations
– Joshua, who was famous for making prophetic declarations died on Saturday, June 5 after a church programme
– Nigerians have described the late preacher as a devout man of God who served God and humanity with relentless passion
Lagos – Evelyn Joshua, the wife of the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Temitope Balogun Joshua, has broken the silence about the news of her husband’s death.
The wife of the late preacher on Sunday, June 6, expressed her grief over the sudden death of her husband.
Evelyn says it is important to be rooted in the Almighty
According to PM News, Evelyn Joshua, in a social media post, stated that it is heartbreaking to lose a loved one.
She, however, stated that God can comfort the grieving one in such challenging times.
”Losing a loved one is never easy; whether sudden or foreseen it’s always heartbreaking. Grief can wreak havoc on our overall well-being. That’s why it’s important to stay rooted to the Almighty. Only He can lessen our heartache and comfort us in these times. Seek refuge in Him.”
The Punch reported that followers and lovers of the late preacher sympathised with Evelyn over the death of her husband.
Prominent Nigerians react to TB Joshua’s death
The president’s commiseration with SCOAN members and the immediate family of the deceased were contained in a statement released on his behalf by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, and seen by Legit.ng.
Buhari stated that the renowned televangelist will be missed by his followers all over the world not only for his spiritual contributions but for touching many lives through philanthropic gestures.
In another news, the Aareonakakanfo of Yorubaland, Gani Adams on Sunday, June 6, described the death of the founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, as an eclipse in God’s vineyard.
Adams, in a statement sent to Legit.ng said the late prophet brought good tidings to Nigeria due to his service to the church and humanity.