The one thing I have heard from most people is that SCOAN members are allegedly secretive and never own to attending the church.
I reached to a couple of people seeking information on Prophet T.B Joshua's ministry, and what the church was going to do when he relocates to Israel.
To my surprise, the few that responded to my enquires refused to say anything, claiming they had nothing to say.
One person that my editor reached out outrightly said he did not want to touch his subject. He said, "honestly I don't want to say anything about this."
Another refused to even respond to make themselves available to us.
It is still not a crime to want to know about churches, right? Or is there a new law I don't know of?
Speaking to people, I was advised to drop the matter because SCOAN members are allegedly secretive and never actually own up to attending the church.
This makes no sense. Why would a member of a church known for it's jaw dropping miracles and charity cases not want to advertise their ministry?
One would think anyone going to this kind of church would want to blow their trumpet in order to get more members.
These days, it has become a common occurrence to see people constantly trying to tell you about their church yet Prophet T.B Joshua's case is different.
Other people proudly identify with their church by wearing bands, and proudly speaking about their papas and so on. Why don't we see SCOAN members do the same?
In other news, a Pulse Opinion poll has shown that people are going to miss the SCOAN founder when he moves to Israel.
The majority (46.8%) said Nigerians would definitely miss T.B Joshua, while the minority (21.5%) said no.
Surprisingly, 31.6% voted that they do not care. Wow!
Let us know why you think SCOAN members are secretive in the comment section below.