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Meet TB Joshua’s wife and daughters


Temitope Balogun Joshua, widely known as TB Joshua, was a charismatic Nigerian pastor, televangelist, and philanthropist whose influence spanned continents.

Born on June 12, 1963, in Arigidi, Nigeria, his spiritual journey led him to become the founder and General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations International.

With a magnetic personality and a deep commitment to his faith, TB Joshua garnered millions of followers across Latin America and Africa.

His impact extended beyond the spiritual realm, as he engaged in extensive philanthropy, providing aid to the less fortunate and those affected by natural disasters.

Regarded as a prolific preacher and healer, TB Joshua’s ministry reached a global audience through his televised broadcasts.

Despite his passing on June 5, 2021, his legacy endures through the continued work of the SCOAN and the profound influence he left on the lives of those he touched.

TB Joshua’s wife

Evelyn Joshua:

Evelyn Joshua, fondly called Mama Evelyn is a Nigerian pastor, media personality, and entrepreneur, Married to TB Joshua from 1990 until his demise in 2021, she stepped into the leadership position at SCOAN, becoming the new leader in September 2021.

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Evelyn Joshua, born on December 17, 1968, emerged as a prominent figure following the passing of her husband, the revered Prophet TB Joshua.

Following her husband’s death, she assumed leadership of the spiritual and organizational responsibilities of the SCOAN.

Since 2022, Evelyn Joshua has effectively managed numerous impactful Prayer Gatherings and Crusades across nations, including Ghana, South Africa, Spain, and Zambia.

In addition, she spearheaded charitable missions to regions like Pakistan, Turkey, Ukraine, Bolivia, and flood-ravaged areas in South-East and South-South Nigeria in 2022, showcasing her commitment to both spiritual and humanitarian causes.


TB Joshua’s children

Sarah Joshua:

Sarah, the first-born daughter of TB and Evelyn Joshua, was born in 1991 in Lagos State, Nigeria.

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After attending Ronik International School, Ejigbo, Lagos State, she pursued her law degree and a master’s at the London School of Economics.

Sarah successfully completed the September 2015 Bar Final Examinations, gaining qualification as an international practicing barrister.

Married to Tanzanian businessman Brian Moshi, Sarah’s wedding was a grand affair, celebrated in Nigeria, Dubai, and culminating in a Catholic ceremony in Arusha, Tanzania, on May 8, 2021.

The couple practices a hybrid marriage, embracing both Pentecostal and Catholic traditions, with their children following the Catholic doctrine.

Sarah Joshua’s legal journey has seen her called to the bar in Nigeria in December 2015 and later at the New York Supreme Court in January of the following year.

Promise Joshua:

TB Joshua’s second daughter, Promise, followed in her sister’s footsteps by attending the London School of Economics.

Studying international relations and politics, Promise graduated among thousands in the Class of 2023. Furthering her education, she earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Columbia, New York, in May 2023.

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Heart Joshua:

Heart Joshua, the third child of TB Joshua, has kept a lower public profile. Little is known about her as there are limited information about her released to the public



Ajoke, according to a source, was not born into the family of Televangelist Prophet TB Joshua. The source noted that she was a few days old when her mother abandoned her near the Synagogue Church of All Nations premises.

In a compassionate act, TB Joshua adopted her instead of taking her to an orphanage, reporting the incident to the police for official records.

Raised within SCOAN, Ajoke earned admiration but later became rebellious, ultimately leaving the community.

Contrary to recent claims in a BBC broadcast about TB Joshua, she is not the biological daughter of the prophet.