- Sympathersiers can now pay their last respect to the late founder of Synagogue Church of all Nations, Prophet TB Joshua
- The prophet's body arrived at the church in a glass coffin as sympathisers lined the road to the church
- Thousands of people have also come on social media to sympathise with the family of the late prophet
Hundreds of people could be seen waiting on the street of Ikotun for the body of the late respected cleric.
The body which was later brought into the church for lying-in-state was inside a glass coffin, dressed in white with a white shoe to match.
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Reacting to the death on social media, many Nigerians have had good things to say about the man in the glass casket.
Rose Aggrey wrote:
"My heart troubles with your passing from us, but the glory is more than what we think Rest in peace God's general."
Joyce Ochonogor Nlemchi also wrote:
"May your soul rest in peace sir!! You really touch lives with the various testimony I hear. God knows best."
Victoria Remmedy said:
"We lost a great general prophet TB Joshua. 'RIP sir 'many countries know Nigeria because of prophet TB Joshua."
Aduroja Adewole added.
"You've fought a good fight, you've finished your course. Find rest in God's paradise God's general."
Leticia Chako Tapfumaneyi also added.
"Go well God's own and prophet of our generation. We will follow your teachings till our last day. Please intercede for us with rest of elders."
"Life is indeed vanity! You have lived well, you finished strong, you were a blessing to everyone who crossed your path, Nigeria and the world. Your legacy has outlived you and I pray that the LORD will raise a great army after you! Rest in perfect peace dear servant and prophet of the LORD. You are celebrated!"
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Holy Spirit will determine TB Joshua's successor
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that following the report that indicated that Evelyn, the wife of TB Joshua, has been appointed to replace her late husband as the general overseer, the church has finally put the record straight.
The church said the successor of its late founder has not been determined.
Reacting to questions from journalists, Gary Tonge, who spoke on behalf of the church, said an announcement would be made on who steps into the shoes of TB Joshua in due course.