Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, has issued an official statement after a fire erupted at its premises during the candlelight procession of the Lt. Prophet TB Joshua.
The fire incident happened within the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, headquarters which is located in Nigeria's capital, Lagos.
Reports had it that the fire started just after the candlelight procession which was also held at the premises. The procession was to kickstart a weeklong funeral and burial ceremony for founder of the church, TB Joshua born Temitope Balogun Joshua. Sources said it was as a result of electrical fault.
Today the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, has issued an official statement addressing the issue properly.
Link to the full statement below;
In the statement, the church stated that it was a minor electrical fire incident and it occured at the store house within the church's complex. There was no injury recorded and it was brought under control.
Also the church in collaboration with Lagos State Fire Services, whose members were on ground made sure the incident was tackled this is a part of their preparedness for the services that will be held for a week, to celebrate the life and legacy of Prophet T. B Joshua. The church thanked God for His continuous protection and did assure the general public that everything is under control and the service will continue as earlier planned.
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