Abu Abolaji Azeez, a Nigerian beach soccer player, has mourned the death of Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) founder, Prophet T.B Joshua.
Azeez, in a tweet via his Twitter account, narrated how the late Prophet assisted him when he could not travel to Dubai with his teammates because of his passport.
He also revealed how TB Joshua helped his coach to secure a car in 2012 after he was told he had none.
“I couldn’t join my team mates in Dubai because my passport was seized and about to be destroyed at the Italian embassy.
“TB JOSHUA sent his PA to make one call, I got my passport the next day, baba bought anoda ticket for me, gave me money, and used his escort to take me to the airport.
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“Those years, after every copalagos tournament, he prays for us, congratulates us and gives each player a bag of rice and cash reward. TB JOSHUA was indeed a very good man.
“In 2012, my coach jokingly told TB JOSHUA he doesn’t have a car,I was to join the team a few days later because of my passport issues, the man of GOD gave me 3k dollars to deliver to him. I pray he finds rest in God’s bossom,” he wrote.
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