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TB Joshua burial: World well represented, says Akeredolu

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Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has said the world is well represented at the burial of Prophet T.B Joshua than that of former South African President, Nelson Mandela.

Akeredolu spoke at the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, on Friday during the funeral service of Prophet T.B Joshua.

He said the cleric is dearly missed.

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WuzupNigeria reported that T.B Joshua died after overseeing a programme at the church on June 5, 2021.

Akeredolu said, “The people of Ondo State, Nigeria and the entire world have lost a rare gem, a special breed, and a worthy citizen and a true son of Ondo State.

“His passing is not only a loss to the people of Ondo, his own town, Ori Agidi Okoko, but a loss to humanity. The indelible prints and impacts of our dear brother, T.B Joshua are visible not only in Ondo, our state, they’re visible in many parts of Nigeria and in fact , throughout the world.

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“No wonder this is a world congregation. I’m not too sure we’ve had the world so congregated in this number from different countries in many such services, maybe, that of Nelson Mandela but the world is more represented here than when Nelson Mandela was buried. Indeed it was and is being globally acknowledged today by all of us.”

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