8 things you might not know about TB Joshua

After the death of TB Joshua was Announced in the early hours of today , here are some things not everyone knew about the renounced clergyman .

Prior to his death Joshua was the general overseer of synagogue church of all nation , and nblog shared the news of prominent nigerian clergyman tb joshua death .

Checkout 8 facts not everyone knew about TB JOSHUA

– Born in a small village of Arigidi in Akoko area in ondo state on june 12 1963 , after 15 month in his mother womb , he was named  Temitope Balogun Joshua .

8 things you might not know about TB Joshua
Young Temitope Balogun Joshua popularly known as TB joshua @ 25

– Seven days after coming to the world , young joshua miraculously escaped death , after a quarry explosion near his parent home sent rocks rolling through the roof.

– Temitope Balogun Joshua attended st stephen anglican primary school in Arigifu Akoko between 1971 -1977 .

– During his primary schools days , young joshua was nicknamed ” small pastor ” due to his unending love and zeal , when it comes to the word of God .

– His secondary education was hugely affected due to financial issues, as joshua had to drop out of school in search of greener pasture

– In 1978 temitope Balogun Joshua popularly known as TB joshua supposedly  founded the synagogue church of all nation ( SCOAN ) with just 8 members .

A number that has drastically increased over the years , as the SCOAN now attracts over 50,000 worshipers weekly including worshipers from outside the country .

– In 2008 , the federal government of nigeria honoured the late clergyman with a ” national honour award ” for his humanitarian activities.

– He was also recognised with an ” award of excellence ” by ZAKA , Isreal’s primary rescue and recovery voluntary services.

– In 2010 , he founded CLINIQUE EMMANUEL in Haiti , when the country was heavily hit with earthquake , and the country in dire need for help .

Prior to his demise , Late Temitope Balogun Joshua ( TB JOSHUA )  runs a scholarship program for student and other less privileged .


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