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TB Joshua’s Daughter
TB Joshua’s Daughter Welcomes Baby Boy Days After His Death

Daughter of late Nigerian televangelist and founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), TB Joshua, Sarah has welcomed a bouncing baby boy, barely a week after the death of her father.

According to viral reports, Sarah was said to have welcomed a son with her Tanzanian husband, Brian Ovin Moshi. on June 12, 2021, the birthday of her late father, TB Joshua who would have been 58 years  but passed on a week to his birthday.


The couple tied the knot on Wednesday, December 16, 2020, in Lagos State, Nigeria. The family of the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Pastor Temitope Joshua, has fixed July 9, 2021, as the date for the burial of the cleric.

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SPORTYWAP had reported that the late Joshua died last week Sunday in Lagos State at the age of 57 after a brief illness.

In an interview with newsmen at the weekend, a member of the family said the late cleric will be buried next month on the premises of his church in Lagos. He added that the date was fixed after the immediate and extended members of the family of TB Joshua met at the residence of the deceased in Lagos on Friday.

But the family member said the wife, Evelyn, and the children of the late cleric prevailed on the other family members over the burial place and date at the meeting.

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The source said the burial arrangement would take place between July 5 and July 9, 2021

He said, “The extended family members, his (Joshua) wife and children held a meeting on Friday and it was decided that he should be buried in Lagos and the burial programme will be between July 5 and 9.

“It was on the insistence of the wife and the children that the other family members agree on the place of burial because they said they saw revelations that he should be buried in Lagos. Since they said it was spiritual, the family agreed with them.”



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