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Nigerian pastor

Born: June 12, 1963, Ondo, Nigeria

Died: June 5, 2021, Lagos, Nigeria

Spouse: Evelyn Joshua (m. 1990)

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Children: Serah Joshua, Promise Joshua

Birthday: June 12, 1963

Died At Age: 57

Sun Sign: Gemini

Also Known As: Temitope Balogun Joshua

Born Country: Nigeria

Born In: Arigidi, Nigeria

Famous As: Televangelist, Faith Healer

Philanthropists Black Leaders

Spouse/Ex-: Evelyn Joshua

Children: Promise Joshua, Serah Joshua

Died On: June 5, 2021

Place Of Death: Lagos, Nigeria

Founder/Co-Founder: The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN)

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Joshua was married to Evelyn Joshua and had three children.

He died on 5 June 2021 after one of his evening services in Lagos, Nigeria, just one week prior to his 58th birthday.

No cause of death was given.

According to Joshua, he spent 15 months in his mother’s womb and narrowly avoided death after a quarry explosion near his house sent rocks through its roof just seven days after his birth.

According to his followers, a prophecy about the birth of a man of God from the poor neighborhoods of Oosin in Arigidi Akoko given 100 years earlier applied to T. B. Joshua.

Joshua, then known as Balogun Francis, attended St. Stephen’s Anglican Primary School in Arigidi Akoko, Nigeria, between 1971 and 1977, but failed to complete one year of secondary school education.

In school, he was known as “small pastor” because of his love for the Bible.

He worked in various casual jobs after his schooling had ended, including carrying chicken waste at a poultry farm.

He organised Bible studies for local children and attended evening school during this period.

Joshua attempted to join the Nigerian military but was thwarted due to a train breakdown that left him stranded en route to the military academy.

He died on 5 June in his home in Lagos shortly after his Saturday night teaching.

The Late Temitope Balogun Joshua (known as Prophet TB Joshua) was a charismatic pastor and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Ikotun-Egbe, Lagos, Nigeria.

He was born on June 12, 1963 in Ondo State, Nigeria.

He received his primary education at St. Stephen’s Anglican Primary School, Ikare-Akoko, Ondo State, from 1971 to 1977 but could not complete his secondary education.

In the early part of his life he struggled considerably.

For a period he did many menial jobs, including waste picking.

His frequent involvement in church activities as a child earned him the nickname “small pastor”.

Little would the church community know then that he would grow to become an internationally acclaimed religious leader with far-reaching influence.

His church attracted a congregation of over 15,000 people.

People travelled to his synagogue in Lagos from several countries in Africa and beyond.

His sermons and healing activities were televised on Emmanuel TV – a TV channel he founded that was dedicated to the activities of his church.

TB Joshua was also an outstanding philanthropist, which further endeared him to many who admired him. He received many awards for these activities.

One was the Officer of the Order of the Federal Republic awarded by the Nigerian government in 2008.

T.B. Joshua was married to Evelyn Joshua and the couple had three children.

His eldest daughter, Serah, is a graduate from ‘London School of Economics Law Faculty.’

T. B. Joshua died on June 5, 2021, shortly after an evening service at Lagos, Nigeria. The cause of his death was not revealed.

He was 57. A post on his Facebook page said: “God has taken His servant.”