Ondo state Governor, RotimiAkeredolu, has paid tribute to the founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, late Prophet T.B Joshua during his funeral service.
Akeredolu, said the death of T.B Joshua is a global knock as his ministry attracted immeasurable foreign from all over the world.
The governor, said the the prophet left an unforgettable legacy and humanitarian works which touched the lives of many people.
“Temitope Joshua is a loss to Christian faithful, to the adherent of other faith. His humanitarian work touched several lives. He left an unforgettable legacy. He has engraved himself in the heart of people all over the world and we will not forget our brother in a hurry.”
Also, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, who was represented by his wife, said late T.B Joshua did not just win souls for Christ, he was passionate about changing lives.
Akeredolu recounted how the televangelist paid the electricity bills of three local government area in Ondo state.