An Abuja-based rights activist, Comrade Deji Adeyanju has revealed that the late founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, spent most of his life providing food and money to many who needed his help.
Adeyanjo made this known in a tweet via his Twitter account while mourning the sudden demise of the cleric.
The human rights activist noted that Joshua was an extraordinarily humble man, adding that asides being a prophet he was a helper who touched lives in ways that are unexplainable.
“Prophet TB Joshua was an extraordinarily humble man. Was an extraordinarily humble man. Every time I met him, there were hundreds of people with him seeking help.
“He was not just a pastor but a helper of the poor. He did more than preach, he spent most of his life, providing food & money for those in need.
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“Every time Prophet TB Joshua called me on the phone, he would say – Deji, hope you are okay? Don’t get arrested again ooo. I hope you know I’m praying for you. Then start cracking jokes.
“I’m truly pained by his passing but it is well. All souls must surely die. I pray he finds rest in God’s bosom,” he wrote.
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