Rumours about cause of my husband's death unfounded, says Victorious Army founder Joseph Agboli’s wife

Rumours about cause of my husband's death unfounded, says Victorious Army founder Joseph Agboli’s wife
The late Apostle Joseph Agboli and wife Blessings

Pastor Blessings Agboli, wife of founder of the Victorious Army Ministries International, Apostle Joseph Agboli, has reacted to rumours surrounding the death of her husband.

According to reports that took the internet by the storm, some church members and family members had allegedly claimed a foul play in the death of the preacher.

There have been unfounded reports that his wife Blessings was responsible for the cleric's death.

But speaking on Sunday the bereaved said the allegations against her over her husband’s death were aimed at bringing down the cleric’s legacies.

"For five years my husband had heart issues, for those five years he believed that God would heal him while preaching the gospel.

"Those who sit in the front row of the church can testify that in the last two years, he was shaking even while in the chair.

"Some days ago when he finished preaching I had to rush from my seat to come and help him back to his seat because he could not move, check your videos, you know papa very well, for him not to read the Bible, he is a walking word.

"That he couldn’t read the Bible! When you watch your videos of clips recorded in the church, you will see the signs.”

She added, “Two Saturdays ago, I could not keep him at home, he wanted to come and lead prayers.

"Those of you brothers who gather to hold him in the church every Saturday, you can testify that something was wrong, you see me always coming to interrupt you and always saying enough."

She said her husband always insisted he would manage to be in church so it would not appear as though she had hijacked the church from him.

Agboli, who died last Wednesday, aged 58, founded his church in 1995 after pulling out of Pastor Patrick Anwuzia’s Zoe Ministries.

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