TB Joshua To Be Buried On Friday, July 9; Family, SCOAN Unveil Order Of Funeral For Late Prophet  

TB Joshua To Be Buried On Friday, July 9; Family, SCOAN Unveil Order Of Funeral For Late Prophet  

The family of the late founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua, including his Church has unveiled the Order of Service for the funeral of world renowned philanthropist, prophet and Evangelist.

The Order, according to some Online Media, will commence with a candlelight procession in July 2021 and followed by a Tribute Service, Service of Songs and All-Night-Praise on Wednesday, July 7.

Lying-in-State would take place on Thursday, July 8, while interment would be on Friday, July 9, said the reports.

Thanksgiving service would be on Sunday, July 11, 2021.

The programme reads: “In loving memory of our beloved father, Prophet TB Joshua; June 12, 1963 to June 05, 2021.

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July 5: Candlelight procession, starting time: 6:30pm.

July 6-July 7: Tribute Service, 10am-7pm; Service of songs/all night-praise, 11am-5pm.

July 8: Lying-in-state, Time: 11am-5pm.

July 9: Laying-to-rest service and internment, starting time: 10am.

July 11: Thanksgiving service, starting time; 9am-11am.

All services will be broadcast live on Emmanuel TV”.

TB Joshua died a couple of weeks ago while conducting a church service. He was discovered unconscious after he retired into his private apartment amid the service.

He was rushed to a hospital in Okotun part of Lagos State where he was confirmed dead. Aged 58, Prophet TB Joshua was until his death on June 5, 2021, the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), where thousands of worshippers around the world beseech on a daily basis, to receive deliverance, healing and Word of God.

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The charismatic Pastor who hailed from Arigidi-Akoko ran the Emmanuel Television that broadcasts his Evangelism works worldwide. He recently embarked on some reorganization exercise in the church to avoid large gatherings that may lead to the spread of COVID-19.

Uche Nwosu is a two time Shell Petroleum PLC award winner in the year 2000;
He won the Shell Award on Investigative Journalism and Environmental Cleanliness.

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