Ondo NCWS Mourns TB Joshua, Says Death A Colossal Loss To The World

Collins Dupson

The National Council for Women Societies (NCWS) has joined millions Nigerian and sympathizers across the world to mourn the popular televangelist Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua who died on Saturday in Lagos Nigeria.

The death of the foremost televangelist and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) came to many people as surprised as TB Joshua as fondly called was said to have died after his last engagement at the Emmanuel TV partners meeting on Saturday.

Speaking with the press, Pastor Mrs Jumoke Aborode, the President of NCWS described the demise of the Arigidi born prophet as a colossal loss not only to Akoko people but to the entire nation.

She said TB Joshua was a philanthropist that has impacted lives of many downtroddens and widows both locally and internationally.

While commiserating with his immediate family, the Christian Community, the Arigidi-Akoko Community, the widows, the aged, the poor and indeed the Ondo State family, the entire members of NCWS pray to God to repose his soul and grant us the fortitude to bear the loss.

She stressed that God way is not always our way, saying life is not how long but how well. ” TB Joshua lived a short but well fulfilled life worthy of emulation”.

” Prophet TB Joshua has touched many lives by putting smile in the faces of the less priviledged, widow, aged and many community leaders who have benefited from his benevolence”.

” May his soul rest in peace; he will surely be missed by the entire Arigidi Community and Akoko at large”.

Pastor T.B. Joshua was born in Arigidi-Akoko in Akoko North West Local Government area of Ondo State. He committed his entire life to the service of God and humanity.

A philanthropist and free giver, prophet T.B Joshua left a legacy of unrivalled lifting of human souls.

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