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TB Joshua Was Very Committed To Giving – Rotimi Akeredolu

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Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu has come out to mourn the death of Pastor TB Joshua.

He recently had his say via a statement by his Chief Press Secretary Richard Olatunde in Akure, Ondo state, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the sad death is a shocking one, and Christendom has indeed lost a giant warrior.

He added that Pastor TB Joshua was committed to giving from time to time, and he’ll not be forgotten in a hurry.

His words, “Undoubtedly, Pastor Joshua’s demise came as a rude shock. The pains are not mere emotional flashes; they are indeed piercing.”

“The Ondo-born Pastor and Televangelist was a philanthropist whose exit will be sorely missed by many.”

“Pastor Joshua was committed to giving and was more often, inexorably imbued with calmness while lifting the downtrodden.”

“As a televangelist, he did not just win souls for Christ, he was passionate about changing lives.”

“He demonstrated timelessly, an alluring service to humanity and compassion by assisting not only his home local government, Akoko North West. Other adjoining local governments in Akoko land benefitted from his large heart of benevolence.”

“Of significant note too, Pastor Joshua never hesitated to assist in whatever manner the Ondo State Government desired such.”

“To us in Ondo State, we consider this a personal loss. He was a pride to the Sunshine State.”

“Not only Africa is hit hard; this is a great global knock as his Pastor TB Joshua’s ministry attracted an immeasurable foreign followership. Christendom has lost a giant.”

“The reality of the finality of death, truly hurts the heart. But for TB Joshua, he had played his own part of the endless life orchestra; he has departed.”


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