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Immortalize Late T.B Joshua Now, Ondo Youths Tells Govt




Some youths in Ondo State have called on the government to consider immortalizing the
founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, by naming an institution after the cleric.

Fondly known as T B Joshua, the renowned Ondo-born cleric died on June 8, 2021, four days to his 58th birthday in Lagos.

The youths, who are from the four Local Government Areas of Akoko made the call at the weekend during a ‘special walk’ to honour the departed Prophet in his hometown of Arigidi Akoko.

Speaking at the procession, the President of the Akoko Youth Forum, Mr. Ifeoluwa Ajibuwa described the late T B Joshua as a charismatic pastor, televangelist, and philanthropist who devoted his lifetime to the teaching of Christ.

He said the prophet was among the most philanthropic among the sons and daughters of Akoko who had ever being in existence.

While noting that Prophet TB Joshua was a blessing to Akokoland, Ondo State, Nigeria and the world at large, Mr. Ajibuwa pleaded with the government to bury his remains in hometown of Arigidi-Akoko.

He said, “The man of God was a shining light that has shown to every countries of the world thus making Akoko land a place in the heart of the people around the world.

“Prophet TB Joshua was a philanthropist, a role model and mentor to this generation and his message of love and help for the needy made him irresistible among the preachers and televangelists in the world.

“We want him immortalized by the government because it is also the best way to remember him for his impact to the society and the people. He will surely be greatly missed by everyone and all over the world”.

“Even, his contributions to the security, welfare and education sector of the state will always makes the vacuum created by his demise unfilled.

“We, the entire youths of Akoko want to make it a clear request to the family of the deceased and those concern that his remains should be brought home to Arigidi Akoko for burial”.

Other speakers at the event also testified to the philanthropic nature of the most revered spiritual father in Akokoland, saying his good works would speak after him.

They noted that his contributions to the security, welfare and education sector of the state was invaluable which would make it difficult for anyone to fill the vacuum created by his demise.

Recalled that of the monarch of the town of the late T B Joshua, the Zaki of Arigidi-Akoko, Oba Yisa Olanipekun had also demanded that the remains of the deceased be buried at his country hometown.


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