Despite TB Joshua’s Death, Hundreds Of Sick People Await Healing In His Church, Seek Access To His Body

The founding father of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet T. B. Joshua is lifeless however that didn’t cease a whole bunch of sick folks from thronging the church on Sunday with the hope of getting healed, SaharaReporters gathered.

Many have been met with information of the demise of the late televangelist, Prophet TB Joshua. 


Despite TB Joshua's Death, Hundreds Of Sick People Await Healing In His Church, Seek Access To His Body 2

But regardless of figuring out the cleric had died, they refused to go away, hoping for some miracle powers to be unleashed from the physique of the deceased. 

Many additionally sought entry to his physique, saying they might go and lift him themselves from the lifeless. 

SaharaReporters noticed that many members and guests that often go to the church premises have been denied entry on Sunday — a sign that there was no church service. 

Some different members of the church confirmed that there have been diseased folks within the Synagogue who have been additionally awaiting therapeutic and miracles.

Church members have been seen outdoors the premises worshipping God as many referred to as for the barricade to be eliminated to allow them to go and lift him themselves.

A girl screamed, “Papa, please stand up, your many kids are out right here ready for you. Please stand up and are available and handle us. You will not be lifeless! Many sick persons are inside ready so that you can heal them. See this my leg right here, I got here so your phrase can contact this leg. You will not be lifeless!”

A customer informed SaharaReporters that she got here all the best way from South-East Nigeria to hunt prayers on the church solely to fulfill stories of his premature demise.

She stated, “I am not a member of this church, I had just arrived from the South-East to seek healing here. I came to a relative’s house only to see this message, I had to rush down here.”

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Despite TB Joshua's Death, Hundreds Of Sick People Await Healing In His Church, Seek Access To His Body

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