It's been five months since late prophet T.B. Joshua took his last breath after ministering to members of his church. His death shocked the whole Christian community in Nigeria, Africa, and all over the world.
Since after his demise, some crisis began to emerge in his church on who will take over his place, and this led to the shutting down of his church. This crisis is between some major stakeholders in the church and the judgment given by the Lagos high court that T.B. Joshua's widow should take over the affairs of the church.
Based on reports from News Direct gotten from 'The Sun', it reveals that some top prophets of the church expected that a Senegalese and deputy to the late TB Joshua by the name of Prophet Racine Bousso is expected to take over the leadership of the church. This is against the judgement by Justice Tijjani Ringim of the Federal High Court in Lagos that Evelyn should take over the affairs of the church.
However, according to Evelyn, the church is going through a new phase of experience in its life, which led to the closing of the church being prolonged, a decision that is unpleasant to members of the church.
Evelyn also reacted to rumors circulating online that she ordered the deportation of about 17 foreign prophets and evangelists of the church, she said that was untrue, and there was no basis for that.
Nevertheless, Evelyn said that after the death of her husband, the actions of some disciples led by two Britons and two Nigerians have become a serious problem to the church.
On Saturday, June 5, 2021, Pastor Temitope Balogun Joshua, the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) died. May his soul continue to rest in peace.
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