Congratulations have been pouring in for the family of the late TB Joshua as his daughter, Promise Joshua, bags a Master’s Degree in the United States.
Famous magazine publisher and former presidential aspirant, Dele Momodu, shared the news online with photos from her graduation ceremony.
Sharing the news online, Dele Momodu noted that Promise Joshua bagged a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from Columbia University, New York, United States.
It was also gathered that TB Joshua’s daughter finished with a 4.08 GPA, which she’s grateful for.
Dele Momodu wrote on Instagram, “JOY IN THE HOUSE OF PROPHET T. B. JOSHUA…
Massive congratulations to MS PROMISE JOSHUA, the affable daughter of PROPHET TEMITOPE BALOGUN JOSHUA who graduated from Columbia University, in the City of New York, with a Master’s of Public Administration (MPA). She finished her final semester with a 4.08 GPA, which she’s really thankful for. Here are some of the grad pictures from the graduation day!”
Jim Iyke in trouble with fans for exposing how he failed to heal his mother…crashed his marriages
Kemi Filani recalls that Jim Iyke got more than he bargained for when he revealed how the late TB Joshua couldn’t heal his sick mum in 2013, whose death, in turn, affected him and led to the crash of his marriage.
Jim Iyke, in an interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, claimed he had gone to TB Joshua’s Synagogue church after it was insisted that he must be present for his ailing mother to be healed.
Jim Iyke said, “It wasn’t, when orthodox medicine failed us, I took my whole family to India to be with my mum and then she started getting better. This is the light of your life for crying out loud and I am not going to wager it for theatrics, for melodrama.
“At some point, an offer was made from there to take her there by a senator friend of mine. I refused, the pressure was too much, so I said ‘Okay I want to go, if they will save her, I will go’.
“We put her in a hospital close to there. I went there, there was a presidential suite I was accorded. When I went there, I was like ‘Okay, let’s get started, they said I must come down to the service. I said, ‘I don’t have to come down to the service, you people promised to heal her, does God need me to?’
“I said ‘I will live in this church for two years if you heal my mum’. So after a while, they had a meeting and said, ‘You need to come down. I remember I was there, my sister was behind me when this guy came and was doing stuff. When he crossed me, I chuckled….’