DAILY GIST reports that the Founder and Senior Prophet of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as T. B Joshua, died on Saturday, June 5th, 2021
Following the death of the Synagogue Church founder, Pastor T.B. Joshua, the general overseer of Redeem Christian Church Of God (RCCG), Pastor E.O Adeboye has revealed that the late preacher tried to kill him.
Since the announcement of his death, Diverse reactions have trailed the Prophet’s demise
There are some controversies that went on about T.B Joshua during his lifetime. The cleric was heavily criticised due to the large number of miracles that happened in his Church during services.
He was no stranger to controversies and condemnations all through his life.
For some, the charismatic preacher, who claimed to have healing powers from God, is controversial and fake while some also regard him as a true man of God.
Many people have taken to social media to expose the late pastor, some are still accusing him of different devilish acts.
One of such persons is the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye.
In a viral video seen by DAILY GIST , showed the moment the Senior Pastor of RCCG, Adeboye, cried out saying “T. B Joshua tried to Kill Me”.
Although DAILY GIST is still investigating to ascertain if it’s recently or before now
But Recall that Prophet TB Joshua died over a month ago, ever since then Many GO’s are yet to make any comment.
Sounding loud in an address to the congregation, Pastor Adeboye said TB Joshua tried to Kill him.
Recall also that Adeboye, had said he would never go to Joshua’s church to minister for any reason whatsoever.
He was quoted as saying when asked whether he could worship in Joshua’s church, “No! Definitely not! If he wants me to come and minister in his church, we will sit down; we will discuss the issue of salvation the way I understand it, according to the scriptures.
“If we agree on that and he now wants me to come and preach the same message of salvation in his church, then I will go.”
To Adeboye, Joshua was never born again and so, he could not associate himself with him.
It would be recall that popular televangelist, Chris Okotie, accused Joshua of “shamanist practices,” But he did not, however, provide evidence to back up his claims.
Joshua was always seen by fellow pentecostal pastors and Christians as being unorthodox and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) denied the Synagogue Church membership.
In April 2021, YouTube suspended Emmanuel TV channel from its platform, accusing the cleric of hate speech after the T.B Joshua was seen in a video casting out ‘gay spirit’ from his congregants.
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