- The sudden death of Prophet Temitope Joshua is still the number one trending topic in Nigeria and beyond
- More facts are emerging on how the revered prophet died in the early hours of Sunday, June 6 which shocked the nation
- A video shared on the late prophet's church page suggests he had an inkling of what is to come and told his followers in parables
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Emmanuel TV, the media arm of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) church of all nations has shared the last moments of its founder, Late Prophet TB Joshua.
Ondo-born Joshua died in the early hours of Sunday, June 6 a day after hosting partners meeting in the church.
These were his last words according to the video shared:
“There is a time for everything. A time to come here and a time to return home after service. Let us watch and pray.”
It was earlier reported that Joshua died just days before his 58th birthday celebrations.
The prophet would have turned 58 on Saturday, June 12, a day also set aside to celebrate Democracy Day in Nigeria.
The SCOAN founder, however, instructed his followers that the day should be dedicated to prayer and fasting.
Although the cause of Prophet Joshua's death is yet unknown, it was learnt that he left midway into service after he started feeling "funny."
The televangelist's aides were said to have gone in search of him after what they thought was going to be a short break took forever.
Also confirming the death of the televangelist, Lagos police commissioner, Hakeem Odumosu, said he learnt that Joshua was conducting service and along the line, he felt uncomfortable. He walked to his apartment himself and never came back.
YEN.com.h had earlier listed top facts about the late prophet who was well known for his unending philanthropy.
One of the mysteries surrounding Prophet Joshua was the fact that he was in his mother's womb for 15 months before his birth.
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Source: Yen News