The founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Temitope Joshua, has promised to visit South Africa in honor of its citizens who lost their lives in the tragic incident which happened in the church premises.
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), put the death toll at the building collapse at 90 people while131 others were rescued from the rubble.
Since the death toll rose to 90, the South African High Commission had said the 84 of the people who died on September 12 collapse were South Africans.
According to Premium Times, the popular televangelist told his members that his decision to visit South Africa was a revelation from God and a blessing to people of the country.
He said: he stated to an applause from foreigners but what appeared a muted response from the Nigerian congregants.
the cleric stated in the sermon which was also transmitted live on Emmanuel TV, the church’s television station.
He added that his
The prophet thanked worshippers for their encouragement and support from different parts of the world.
The pastor said the decision to go to South Africa would have some adverse effects on Nigeria but insisted it was a “revelation from God” that he must obey.
He called on the South African government to be involved in organising the monthly meetings, as “mammoth crowds” would attend.