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Fire guts building in TB Joshua’s Synagogue church

The location of the fire flare-up

There was a fire episode at the Synagogue Church of All Nations situated in Ikotun space of Lagos State on Monday night.

The PUNCH gathered that the fire, which gutted a storage facility in the congregation’s premises, begun around 11 pm.

The fire occurrence occurred the evening of the candle parade out of appreciation for the late originator of the Church, Prophet Temitope Joshua, prominently called T.B. Joshua.

Individuals from the congregation, who had gone to the evening of accolades and candlelight parade in his honor, watched with sickening dread.

The location of the fire flare-up

It was discovered that firemen showed up at the location of the fire occurrence around 12:19 am on Tuesday.

An observer said the fire had been extinguished before the appearance of the fire administration.

“An electrical flash at the control room caused the fire. It occurred after the candlelight parade,” he added.

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The congregation affirmed the fire episode in a press articulation, saying there was no loss.

The assertion read, “In the late evening of Monday fifth July 2021, there was a minor electrical fire occurrence at a storage facility inside The Synagogue Church Of All Nations complex.

“The occurrence was immediately managed with no wounds.

“As a component of the readiness for the weeklong administrations commending the life and tradition of Prophet TB Joshua, The SCOAN has worked intimately with important government offices including the Lagos State Fire Services, whose individuals were on the ground at the hour of the occurrence.

“We say thanks to God for His proceeded with insurance. We guarantee the overall population that there is no reason to worry and the administrations commending the life and tradition of Prophet TB Joshua will proceed as planned.”

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The minister, TV preacher, donor, pioneer and organizer of The Synagogue kicked the bucket on June 5 at 57 years old.

Another scene of the fire flare-up

His widow, Evelyn Joshua, driven the candlelight parade at the SCOAN Faith Resort in the Ikotun space of Lagos.

SCOAN had reported that TB Joshua would be let go on Friday, July 9, at the congregation premises in Lagos.

The Lagos State Government had investigated offices at the Synagogue Church of All Nations for COVID wellbeing and avoidance conventions consistence in anticipation of the memorial service of its late organizer, Prophet Temitope Joshua.

The assignment from the Lagos State Government was driven by the Commissioner for Health, Prof. Associated Abayomi, and the Director-General of the Lagos State Safety Commission, Lanre Mojola.

Talking after the examination of the congregation offices and meeting with the congregation authorities, Abayomi said the investigation was in accordance with the third wave moderation procedure of the Lagos State Government to forestall the importation and spread of new dangerous strains of COVID into Lagos and Nigeria.

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Abayomi added that the investigation and meeting with authorities of SCOAN were to restrict any prospects of the presentation of unfamiliar COVID variations among the gathering and likewise to the local area.

While taking note of that there are a few spaces of contamination avoidance conventions that required fortifying in the congregation, Abayomi guaranteed that those regions would be fortified previously and during the memorial service exercises.

The group examined the assembly hall, marquee tent, lodging convenience for worldwide visitors and clean offices.

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