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Mourners Vomit Blood And Poisonous Substances During TB Joshua’s Week-Long Funeral Service

Pics: TB Joshua's Corpse Arrives At Synagogue Church Of All Nations

Mourners Vomit Blood And Poisonous Substances During TB Joshua’s Week-Long Funeral Service

Pics: TB Joshua's Corpse Arrives At Synagogue Church Of All Nations

 

Following the latest report by The Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN), it seems like the late Nigerian pastor and televangelist TB Joshua is still performing miracles in his coffin.

Taking to Twitter, TB Joshua’s church revealed that some mourners allegedly vomited blood and other poisonous substances at TB Joshua’s week-long funeral service as he laid in state at his church in Lagos.

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Hundreds of mourners yesterday filled the SCOAN for day four of the week-long funeral, to pay their final respects to TB Joshua who died on June 5 shortly after a live broadcast.

Images posted on Joshua’s official Twitter page show the preacher lying in a glass casket wearing white pants, a white shirt, and white shoes.

TB Joshua’s body was escorted by a motorcade of motorcycles during the procession to The SCOAN, in Ikotun-Egbe, Lagos.

He will be laid to rest on Friday (today) and this segment of the funeral procession will also be open to the public, although with limited seating in line with Covid-19 regulations.

The week-long funeral service will end with a thanksgiving service on Sunday, which will also be physically open to only a limited number of people.

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