May 28, 2022

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TB Joshua’s Tomb Shelter, Property Destroyed By Mysterious Fire – Legit.ng

  • The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has confirmed that a fire broke out on Wednesday April 27th and destroyed part of the burial site of the late TB Joshua
  • < li>According to the agency, the inferno also affected a building where the late leader of the Church of All Nations synagogue used to relax. The fire department said the inferno was extinguished and prevented from spreading.< /li>

Ikotun, Lagos – The burial site of the late founder of the Church of All Nations synagogue, Prophet Temitope Joshua, in the Agodo area of ​​Ikotun , Lagos was destroyed by fire on Wednesday, April 27.

Acknowledging development on Punch on Wednesday, Ibrahim Farinloye, acting coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA ), announced that the inferno was cleared.

Farinloye added t as fire br ah in a building owned by the late TB Joshua.

The NEMA coordinator revealed that the late pastor used to go to this building for recreation while he was alive.

He said:

“The incident occurred in a building owned by the late pastor. The late pastor used to go there to relax and meditate. Federal Fire Department officers arrived to put out the fire.”

Fire affects Pastor TB Joshua’s gravesite

For your part, the Lagos State Fire Department Chief – and Ambulance Service, Margaret Adeseye, said the fire affected part of the late pastor’s gravesite.

She remarked:

“That is A section around the grave of the late Pastor TB Joshua caught fire. A shelter was built to cover the tomb because it is an open place, so it was the shelter that caught fire.

“But we were able to contain it and it didn’t spread beyond where it started. We have yet to identify the cause of the fire.”

Synagogue: TB Joshua’s wife reveals when SCOAN will reopen

Meanwhile, SCOAN’s new leader, Evelyn Joshua, had revealed why the church hasn’t reopened for worship just yet.

She said the church would reopen for worship if the leadership received approval from God.