Apostle Prince Iharebore, son of the late famous Nigerian prophet TB Joshua, recounts the sad moments before his father’s shocking death.

Born Temitope Balogun Joshua died on Saturday, June 5, 2021, shortly after the church program in his ministry, the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos.

Although the cause of the Messenger’s sudden death is unclear, the apostle Prince Iharebore revealed that his father was coughing when he appeared to pray for the sick.

Speaking to the Lagos congregation on Sunday 6 June, Apostle Prince Iharebore said the church holds services all day from Friday to morning, but his father does not appear to be holding the microphone, as he usually does after choir services.

Later that night, he said that when he saw Emmanuel on TV, he saw the man of God coming with a smile to perform the healing service expected of him.

However, the prince’s apostle revealed that his father had sent the congregation to their destination and that he would pray for them at home.

He continued then after his father asked one of the people to repeat what he said, grabbed one of the trees in the house, coughed and walked away, a sign that everything was wrong.

“That night he came. He just walked in with a smile and I was still staring at him. He said there would be no more prayer lines and the brothers would go into their homes and pray for them.” He takes the microphone and asks someone to repeat what he said. He grabbed one of the trees in the church, coughed, and walked away,” he said.

He said that although the prophet TB Joshua interacted with the congregation before finally leaving the congregation, the service ended abruptly because he could not lead the prayer and healing department.

He says this is his last time on earth as he did not come out after entering his room.

“That’s how the short service ended. After the meeting, he talked to everyone and just went to his room and that was it,” revealed the emotional apostle Prince Iharebore.



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