Following the demise of popular Nigerian clergy, Temitope Balogun Joshua Nollywood stars Mercy Johnson, Eniola Badmus, Ruth Kadiri, and many others have taken to social media to pen down tribute for him.
Nigerians, on Sunday morning, woke up to the sad news about the death of the preacher, who many described as a giver and keen about helping people.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, Mercy Johnson averred that loss teaches people about the worth of things, and grief is like fear.
Describing today as black Sunday, Mercy Johnson referred to how Prophet T.B Joshua was kind and gave to those in need.
mercyjohnson wrote: Mostly it is loss that teaches us about the worth of things…i know the feeling of grief and it feels like Fear….Black Sunday, RIP to the kind prophet /a man who gave to those in need. Prophet T.B Joshua.
eniola_badmus wrote: Rest on Papa @tbjoshua.
Actress Ruth Kadiri also in a post on Instagram, recalled how the clergy impacted many lives and was a support structure and source of hope to many people.
She also prayed for the family of T.B Joshua for God to grant them the heart to bear the loss and give answers to those who have questions regarding his death.
ruthkadiri wrote: Sad, but true, prophet TB Joshua is gone. You impacted so many lives, you were a support structure and a source of hope for many. I pray God gives your family, loved ones, members, the heart to bear the loss. And also give answers to those who have questions. Rest well sir.
Similarly, actress Wunmi Toriola in her message, said although she is not close to the prophet ministry; however, she has learnt the relentless act of giving from him as the prophet gave his resources and love, which is the true essence of religion.
wumitoriola wrote: I am not close to your ministry neither I’m i to you,but one thing i learnt from you from afar is your relentless ACT of Giving,you gave with your resources,you gave Love which is the essence of True religion..
Of a truth ,we need to show love to one another while we are still living because death is no respecter of age,status,or power… You will be greatly missed.Rest on man of God
Following the sudden death of Nigerian preacher and televangelist, Temitope Balogun Joshua, official statement has been released.
The Akoko, Ondo state born man of God, had earlier in day participated in a church programme before his shocking death.
Although the cause of death could not be ascertained as at the time of filing in report, but his body was confirmed to have been deposited in the morgue.
Mr Joshua reigned for several decades as a fiery preacher on television, using his platform to attract a large number of Christians from across the world.
According to the statement released by SCOAN, the cleric’s last words were, ‘Watch and Pray