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Kano residents mourn TB Joshua



Some Kano residents have expressed shock over the sudden death of Prophet Temitope Babatunde Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations on Sunday morning.

Many residents disclosed that his demise was too sudden.
A resident of Onitsha road in Sabon Gari Area, Mrs Martha Geyus, said the news came as a shocker.
“The news of the sudden death of a man of God like Prophet Joshua, really hit us hard and many people still find it difficult to believe,” Geyus said
In the same vein, a printer at Nomansland, Lekan Adebo said, “it is God’s time and when God calls someone there is nothing that can be done about it.
“We have all heard of the man’s humanly contributions to Nigeria and the African nation as a whole, in one way or the other.”
Adebo said that people would continue to remember the prophet for his contributions to religion and mankind through his prayers.
Mrs Cynthia Moses, a banker decried his death, saying she was a fan of the late man of God.
Moses reiterated that she loved watching his programmes because he always offered charity to the needy.

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“There is time for everything, a time to live and a time to die,” she said.
Moses also urged people to be helpful towards each other, stressing that one day every soul shall meet his time.
She prayed for the repose of the departed soul of the Prophet, appealing to his family and the members of his church to maintain his good image.
The news of the death of Prophet T.B Joshua broke on Sunday morning and many people were thrown into confusion.

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