- The death of Temitope Balogun Joshua (T.B Joshua) was confirmed on the verified Facebook page of the church he founded
In an emotional tribute to T.B Joshua which could be interpreted as a powerful testimony by Christians, a Nigerian football player, Azeez, who plies his trade abroad has revealed how the late prophet and televangelist once saved him from the clutches of a huge disappointment.
According to the footballer, he couldn’t join his teammates in Dubai after his passport was seized and about to be destroyed at the Italian embassy, EKO HOT BLOG gathered.
He called TB Joshua over the phone to help him out in his capacity as a man of God.
Thereafter, the man of God reportedly sent his PA (Personal Assistant) to make a ‘prophetic call’ to the authorities and that was it.
In less than 24 hours, he got his passport and the Prophet bought another ticket for him so he could join his teammates as well as adding an undisclosed amount of money for him.
Moreover, the player was surprised TB Joshua further provided an escort for him to take him to the airport.
“I couldn’t join my teammates in Dubai bcos my passport was seized and about to be destroyed at the Italian embassy,
“TB JOSHUA sent his p.a to make one call, I got my passport next day, baba bought anoda ticket for me, gave me money, used his escort to take me to d airport
— IG » official zee (@iamzeezaga) June 6, 2021
The death of Temitope Balogun Joshua (T.B Joshua) was confirmed on the verified Facebook page of the church he founded, The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), and his popular TV channel, Emmanuel TV on Sunday (June 6).
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