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‘T.B Joshua was an advocate for peace’, Gov Bello mourns televangelist

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Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello has mourned the death of founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua.

WuzupNigeria reported that the televangelist died in Lagos on Saturday evening shortly after concluding a programme at his Church.

He died at the age of 57.

Bello while commiserating with the Church, the family and the body of Christ at large over his death, noted that the cleric was in consonance with the will of the unquestionable God Almighty.

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The governor’s condolence message was contained in a detailed statement issued on Sunday by his Chief Press Secretary, Onogwu Muhammed.

Bello stated that the clergyman in his years of existence lived a fulfilled life by serving the call of his creator and impacting numerous lives individually and through his ministry in SCOAN.

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He noted that though the pain of his unexpected demise was felt by many particularly those whom his life has directly impacted, the consolation was that his legacies would continue to live on.

Bello added that Pastor Joshua would be greatly missed for his audacious truth-telling and his peaceful advocacies as well as a great concern for humanity most especially, widows, orphans, and people living with disabilities.

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While the Governor prayed for God to comfort and strengthen the family, church, and those greatly hurt by his death, he urged them not to derail for the footprints of the late clergy mostly his humanitarian endeavors.

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