2nd June, 2022
By Uchenna Eletuo
The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) says it will unveil the late Pastor Temitope Babatunde Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua’s epitaphs on Sunday.
SCOAN spokesman, Mr. James Akhigbe, said this in a statement issued on Thursday in Lagos.
The statement said that the epitaphs meant to bring nostalgia to worshippers comprised a museum and a foundation to immortalize the late televangelist who passed away on June 5, 2021.
It said that SCOAN would unveil and dedicate the two epitaphs in honor of its late founder on Sunday.
“The museum will have works, prayers, sermons, and thoughts of the late cosmopolitan-philanthropist that would make people feel the passion of true love and worship as epitomized by TB Joshua.
“Through the unveiling of the TB Joshua’s museum and foundation, most of the good things he represented while he was alive will be continued.
“Through his foundation, his humanitarian service that has been on hold since his demise will be reactivated to serve indigent people in society.
“With the establishment of the two entities the vision and passion of our founder will be revived for posterity,” said the statement.