A South African visitor named Shadrack Mamzini, claimed he took photos of the ‘strange aircraft’ while taking a tour round the church on the day of the tragic incident
In the aftermath of the collapse of the building at Synagogue Church Of All Nations, T.B. Joshua still insists it was a strange aircraft that caused the tragic incident which killed no fewer than 80 persons.
Although he produced a video to verify his claim, most people believe that was not the case as there may be a cover-up somewhere and now photos of the aircraft has been released.
On SCOAN’s official Facebook page, a South African visitor named Shadrack Mamzini, claimed he took photos of the ‘strange aircraft’ while taking a tour round the church on the day of the tragic incident.
“My name is Shadrack Mamzini from South Africa, a visitor to The SCOAN. Last Friday, I wanted to take some pictures of The Synagogue buildings. While I was taking the last picture, I saw a very big aircraft. It was something which was unusual in the way it looked. It did not look like a passenger plane or an ordinary plane. My worry was that it was too low to the building. By the time the incident happened and the man of God spoke about what happened, I went back to check all the photos I had taken. I zoomed in on this picture where I saw the aircraft clearly. What I would like to confirm is what people saw in the security footage played on Emmanuel TV, that it was an aircraft. We saw it; we witnessed it. We thank God because the aircraft was captured in one of these pictures.”
The church then wrote:
“This photograph was taken by Mr Shadrack Mamzini, a visitor to The SCOAN from South Africa, on Friday September 12th 2014. It shows in more detail the strange aircraft that flew multiple times over a building in The SCOAN before it tragically collapsed.”
According to reports, some sources said the aircraft looked like a military fighter jet, the Hercules C-130.
Other sources alleged that online traffic site Gidi Traffic had tweeted that it had seen a military jet around Egbeda-Ikotun area of Lagos, at about 12.17 pm which almost coincides with the time of the collapse.