- James Akhigbe, the head of the legal department of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), has revealed a huge amount of money was misappropriated
- The leadership of the church had earlier petitioned the EFCC to investigate how the money was illegally spent after the death of T.B Joshua
- The founder and General Overseer of the SCOAN, T.B Joshua, died on June 5, 2021, and was buried in the church premises
Ikotun, Lagos - Following the discovery of huge financial misappropriation at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), the head of the church's legal department, James Akhigbe, has set the record straight.
Legit.ng gathered that Akhigbe said that was why some disciples and workers of the church were being probed.
Akhigbe also said that the affected workers are not being victimised as being reported in the media.
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“We stand in the light and we cannot compromise the ideal and legacy of our mentor and founder, late Senior Prophet TB Joshua on integrity, spiritual worship, unconditional love and humanitarianism."
Akhigbe noted that the church leadership took steps to secure certain critical assets of the church with an authorisation for a comprehensive audit of the activities of the Church since the death of its founder in the interest of the global church members and future of the church.
“This exercise involved some category of church workers including disciples and it is being carried out objectively under a regular and absolutely normal environment without any harassment whatsoever to any person or group of persons, contrary to the disingenuous narrative now being peddled by mischief makers."
SCOAN drags members to EFCC over huge financial fraud
PM News earlier reported that members of SCOAN petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over a huge financial misappropriation after the death of the prophet.
In the petition sent by the church against some of its members, it noted that a huge financial misappropriation involving some church workers and disciples was discovered.