- No one yet knows what caused the fire that destroyed part of TB Joshua’s gravesite on Wednesday, April 27
- In a statement released Thursday, April 28, SCOAN admitted that the cause of the fire has yet to be determined
- However, the church admitted in the statement released that no injuries were sustained and no life was lost
The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) issued a statement following the fire, which destroyed part of the late Prophet TB, opened Joshua’s tomb shelter.
In a statement Thursday, April 28, the leadership of TB Joshua Ministries announced that the inferno from a convenience store at the old location.
As well as noting that the efforts of the Ministry’s Emergency Response Team put out the blaze , SCOAN said there were “no injuries at all and no fatalities”.
Nevertheless, when the church advised its members not to be afraid of the problem, since this was not necessary, adding that the cause of the fire is still unknown.
The statement seen by PM News said:
“Currently, the cause of the fire unknown. To that end, we want to reassure our valued members, partners and friends of the ministry that we have the situation under control. There is no need for panic or needless speculation.
“As sons and daughters of love, we will always uphold the assurances of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, who conquered the world for our sake.
“Please ignore any alarming messages intended to create panic among church members in particular and the general public. We are no longer slaves to fear. We are children of God.”
TB Joshua’s Tomb, Property Destroyed by Mysterious Fire
Recall that the tomb of the Prophet Joshua on Wednesday, April 27, destroyed by fire.
Ibrahim Farinloye, acting coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), confirmed the development and announced that the inferno has been extinguished. < /p>
Farinloye added that the fire started from a building owned by the late TB Joshua.The NEMA coordinator revealed that the late pastor normally lived in the building while he was alive relaxation went.