EFCC Investigate SCOAN Disciples For Stealing Church Money After The Death Of TB Joshua

TB Joshua, 57, one of Africa’s most influential preachers with millions of television and social media followers and who founded The Synagogue Church of All Nations, a Christian megachurch in Lagos, has died from an undisclosed cause, his church said on June 6, 2021 on Facebook. (Photo by PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP)
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There are indications that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) may have invited 20 disciples of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) for questioning over alleged financial fraud and diversion of funds left by the late founder of SCOAN, Temitope Balogun Joshua.
 
The invitees include Nigerian and foreign prophets and prophetesses of the church. 
   
According to the letter of invitation sighted by The Guardian, yesterday, the church is expected to release them to report for an interview through the Special Investigation Team (STI).
   
The letter signed by EFCC’s Lagos State Zonal Commander, Ahmed Ghali, said the disciples are being investigated for allegedly syphoning funds and breaking of the church’s vault.
 
Those expected to resume at the office of the Commission today (Monday morning) are, Obasa Damilola Tinuola, Obasa Folake, Mosun Adeloju, Yakubu Abeni, Omoitoh Omoye, Adebola Olamide Morenike, Bousso Racine, Eugune Rademeyer, Cindy Elizabeth Widjaja, Fanny Elma Alfred, Angela Marie Brandt, Graham Nadine, Tonge Christopher, Catherine Ann Farr, Enrique Miguel, Olayinka Deborah Egbejobi, Mari-Anne Uchechi Ibe, David Omojevbe Joseph, Tonge Ruth, Polo Sandoval Allison, A source, who spoke in confidence with The Guardian yesterday, said the invitees include prophets from.......Advance Reading For More Details..P


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