The mysterious death of the Late TB Joshua while sitting on a chair came as a shock to many. The late was is set to be buried this month, an announcement which was made by Dr. Gary Tonge, who is the head of the burial committee at the Synagogue Church Of All Nations( SCOAN).
Dr. Gary also disclosed a series of events that will take part from the 5th of July to the 11th of July to celebrate the life of the late TB Joshua.
According to reliable sources, it is reported that a dramatic scene was witnessed a few hours ago at the Late TB Joshua's candle lighting procession. This was after more than 6000 were forced to run for their safety after a mysterious fire outbreak occurred during the funeral rite for the prophet. "FIRE BREAKS out during late Nigerian pastor T.B Joshua’s candle-light procession, causing the 6,000 mourners to scamper to safety. The 11 pm incident marked the beginning of a week-long funeral rite for the 'prophet' who died on June 5," Tv 47
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