After 3 Years, Synagogue Church Reveals Details About TB Joshua: “He Was a Tireless Humanitarian”

  • The Synagogue Church of All Nations commemorated the third anniversary of Prophet TB Joshua’s passing
  • The church lauded him as a tireless humanitarian
  • The church leadership emphasized that his legacy of philanthropy continues to inspire and uplift communities worldwide

Lagos state-The leadership of the renowned Lagos church, The Synagogue Church of All Nations, has commemorated the third anniversary of the passing of their founder, Prophet TB Joshua, on Wednesday.

They described him as a tireless humanitarian whose spiritual leadership and philanthropic contributions spanned the globe throughout his lifetime.

Synagogue church pays tribute to spiritual leader, TB JoshuaSynagogue church pays tribute to spiritual leader, TB Joshua
Photo credit: @SCOANTBJoshuaSource: Twitter

As reported by Punch, the clergyman passed away on Saturday, June 5, 2021, just a week before his 58th birthday.

The church announced his death in a statement titled, ‘Prophet TB Joshua – June 12th, 1963, to June 5th, 2021’.

The cause of his death was not disclosed.

However, the statement mentioned that the clergyman spent his final moments serving God.

Joshua’s Humanitarian strides

In a statement titled ‘Prophet TB Joshua: A Philanthropist Par Excellence,’ released by the church leadership on Wednesday, June 5, and provided, Joshua’s humanitarian efforts were highlighted as having left an indelible mark on countless lives.

Reflecting on TB Joshua’s life, the church leadership noted that his legacy continues to inspire and uplift communities worldwide, and they recalled the profound impact of his philanthropic lifestyle.

The statement read:

“TB Joshua’s philanthropic legacy is most evident in his response to crises and natural disasters. His swift and generous aid efforts provided critical support to disaster-stricken areas globally. Notable examples include the Haiti Earthquake in 2010.

“TB Joshua regularly reached out to various IDP camps in Nigeria, offering shelter, food, clothing and medical care to internally displaced individuals. Of note was his donation of N10 million to an IDP camp in Abuja to help the camp chairman address the rampant sickness in the camp, which was a major concern.”

Primate Ayodele advises on Nigeria’s economic woes

In another report, Primate Elijah Ayodele, the head of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has emphasized that the economic challenges in Nigeria cannot be overcome solely through fasting and prayers.

The clergyman pointed out that the nation’s hardships are caused by poor leadership style, asserting that divine intervention is not forthcoming because the nation’s elected leaders are responsible for the prevailing difficulties faced by the populace.

The clergyman pointed out that Nigerians have disregarded the truth, and unless leaders take appropriate actions, divine assistance will not be forthcoming to alleviate economic hardship.

Source: TheTalk.NG

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