Fastnews Nigeria reports the reaction of TB Joshua wife
Evelyn Joshua, wife of Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as T.B. Joshua, the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), has broken her silence over her husband’s death.
Evelyn wrote in her social media handle expressing emotions over the loss of her husband.
Evelyn, wrote a short message.
“Losing a loved one is never easy; whether sudden or foreseen. It is always heart-breaking. Grief can wreak havoc on our overall well-being. That’s why it’s important to stay rooted to the Almighty. Only He can lessen our heartache and comfort us in these times. Seek refuge in him.”
Her church members, followers and lovers of her late husband, the preacher flooded her comment section to pray and sympathise with her
Some days ago, she had written on her handle that “Faith is trusting and believing that the Almighty has your back no matter what you’re going through. Even when you can’t comprehend what’s going on, you trust Him. You know He will get you out of unfavourable situations. Best motto to live by; do your best, leave the rest to Him!”
No doubt this will definitely have a serious effect on the whole family and the church as a whole and Evelyn as the late preachers pillar at, home and in the ministry will have too many issues to deal with.
TB Joshua hailed from Arigidi Akoko, in Ondo State and his survived by children and a wife who are still trying to come to terms with their new situation.
He founded the Synagogue Church in 1987. The church which has its headquarters in Lagos State accommodates over 15,000 worshippers per gathering. The church currently has branches in Ghana, the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Greece.
Joshua is one of the richest and philanthropic pastors in Nigeria. He was estimated to worth over $15m in 2011, by Forbes. His healing powers had attracted thousands of people from all over the world to Nigeria.
He owns Emmanuel TV, a Christian television network, and is close friends with some world leaders including former Ghanaian President, Atta Mills.