The Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN has accused journalists and other people who doubt the genuineness of the church’s miracles of having something to do with the church building’s collapse.The church, in a statement released on Saturday, said those who claim that the miracles performed by Temitope Joshua, General Ovrseer ofthe church, are not real, are suspects in the collapse of the church’s guest house.
Jacques Pauw, a South African journalist had reportedly published a report rubbishing all the miracles that supposedly happened at the church because according to Pauw, some of the pilgrims could not provide medical proof that they had been healed from the prophet’s miracles. The church debunked the said report through their Facebook page.
The church had also released a public statement on Friday regarding a story published in The Vanguard Newspaper titled, “Synagogue: We Sealed Off Building Before Collapse – LSBCA”, which the church said was a total fabrication intended to divert people’s attention from the issue at hand.
The church made reference to another cover story published on September 27, 2014 in The Saturday Vanguard with the headline, “Are T.B. Joshua’s Miracles Real?”, saying this appears even more fabricated, as the writer(s) allegedly mentioned names of people who do not exist and remained faceless so as to hide their evil intentions.
The Synagogue Church said those involved in the stories need to be investigated concerning the building collapse, as they belief that these stories were intended to divert people’s attention from the evil they have done.
“If they are not directly involved, they will help the investigation. If they are not the ones who did it, they know those who did,” the church’s statement readin part.
The church maintained that its services are public and broadcast live on Emmanuel Television and urged the public not be misled and diverted from the truth, adding that the truth will always prevail.
Joshua and his church have been under criticism and scrutiny after the building that served as foreigners’ guesthouse inside the church premises collapsed on September 12, leaving over 115 persons dead.
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