former Minister of Aviation, Oluwafemi Fani-Kayode, has revealed why the
late founder of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope
Balogun Joshua was not liked by some Nigerian pastors.
Fani-Kayode said the late popular televangelist and philantropist was a
star in Christendom and was bound to attract a bit of envy and jealousy
from his peers.
The former minister stated this during an interview with Premium Times
while discussing his relationship with the late Prophet.
He added that TB Joshua’s legacy is outstanding and many of his peers
cannot handle that because they felt that his humble beginnings did not warrant or deserve it.
According to him, the hate and insult against the late charismatic
preacher even in death is evil and divisive.
He said “The same way in which the Jews hated Jesus is the way many in
the Kingdom hated T.B. Joshua. Even in death, some have insulted him. I
do not see or know the basis or justification for such hate and I believe it
is evil and divisive.”
Fani kayode said “All I know is that, from all I saw and witnessed, this man
Prophet T.B. Joshua was a good man who served a mighty God to the
best of his abilities and he did so well. He shook the world for Jesus and
he won many souls for Christ. He was a star in Christendom and like all
stars, he was bound to attract a bit of envy and jealousy from his peers. I
am not sure any Nigerian living or dead has had as much of an impact on
the gospel worldwide as T.B. Joshua did. Go to places like South America
and South-East Asia or Israel and you will be shocked by his following and
the impact he had on the lives of ordinary people.