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A Ghanaian man of God, Bishop Sam has claimed that the founder of Synagogue Church of all nation (SCOAN) popular Nigerian man of God TB Joshua was killed.

I Know The People Behind TB Joshua’s Death – Ghanaian Pastor Reveals

TB Joshua

On the 6th of June 2021, it was reported that influential man of God Temitope Joshua, popularly called T.B. Joshua, passed on a few minutes after ending his church service. There have been controversies after the death of the man of God.

According to the man of God, Prophet T.B Joshua was killed by his rivals, who were not happy with the success of his church, also making reference to his huge YouTube followers. He made this known during the Sunday service.

In his word..

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“Yes, the followers of T. B. Joshua, there is no president in the world, no President in the world has followers as compared to T. B. Joshua. In the world, there is no single man that Presidents submit to. In the whole world, it has never happened, that there is a certain man of God that Presidents will leave their Presidency and come to his church. T. B. Joshua was killed, he has finished his work. I have the details, I will not share that one now.”

“T. B. Joshua was the highest rewarder of YouTube currency in the whole world, there is no human being that gets paid by YouTube as much as T. B. Joshua because of how people follow and watch his videos.”

“They killed T. B. Joshua because, in the history of the black race, there is no black man that is popular as compared to T. B. Joshua, he is popular than T. D. Jakes, he was more accepted than Kenneth Hagin, he is popular and accepted than Bishop David Oyedepo.”

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