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Seven Years on, Synagogue Church remembers victims of 2014 building collapse

THE Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), on Sunday, September 12, 2021, remembered the victims of the 2014 collapse of one of its guesthouses. The building collapse claimed the lives of over 100 people who were mostly from South Africa.
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THE 2014 COLLAPSED BUILDING

The SCOAN, in a video, used tidbits of Late Pastor TB Joshua’s sermons to pay tribute to the deceased victims.

“As we remember our beloved martyrs of faith who transitioned to glory on September 12, 2014, the SCOAN and Emmanuel TV Family would appreciate your love, care and support for the victims and relations at this time,” the church said.

As shown in the tribute video, Late Pastor TB Joshua, Founding Pastor of SCOAN, claimed that the victims of the building collapse were in heaven. He mentioned that those who were unrighteous at the time of the collapse were made righteous by the single act of being involved.

Before his death, Late TB Joshua linked the tragedy to a strange aircraft “hovering” above the building shortly before it fell, while a coroner’s report said it was due to structural failure.