The young man was reportedly asked the reason for his suicide attempt, he simply said he wanted to prove that he believed prophet T.B. Joshua
An official of Emmanuel Television the media platform of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Ken Emeakayi, disclosed on Sunrise Daily - a Channels TV programme, that a young man tried to commit suicide during service on Sunday, September 28.
Emeakayi told journalists that the man suddenly tried to jump down from the gallery of the church which would have immediately killed him if he had succeded.
He said when the young man was reportedly asked the reason for his suicide attempt, he simply said he wanted to prove that he believed prophet T.B Joshua.
The Emmanuel TV official said argued that if the man had succeeded in the suicide attempt, the story would have been reported differently.
On the September 12 tragedy, he insisted the collapse was set off by a detonation of some explosives, saying it was a 'controlled demolition' which was caused by the strange aircraft.
"We are investigating the incident for the world to know what actually happened. When you look at the clip you will see that it was not just the aircraft hovering. At the point of the incident, there was explosion. It is possible they were either dropped or planted and the aircraft will have to come and detonate it. The persons in the building said that the noise they heard suggested that it was an explosion. Those involved in the act may not have been aware of the security cameras. With modern technologies explosive devices could be detonated without a loud noise. There were about four explosives that were detonated in the building from the much the CCTv could capture and because we know that there would be fragments from the explosive, we are calling for an investigation”.
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