Read T.B. Joshua’s Official Statement On Tragic Incident

The church commiserated with families of victims, insisting that it was an attack by the evil ones adding that those involved would be exposed soon.

The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) have released an official statement on the tragic incident which occurred September 12, 2014 leading to the loss of many lives.

The official death toll from the collapse has reached to 80 and there are claims that some of the rescued victims may have died on their way to the hospital casting doubt on the 131 people NEMA reported were rescued from the rubble.

In the statement, the church commiserated with families of victims, insisting that it was an attack by the evil ones adding that those involved would be exposed soon.

The statement read:

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