Tonto Dikeh, Eniola Badmus and Samklef have joined several other Nigerians to mourn the demise of TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), aged 57.


The prominent televangelist breathed his last on Saturday about two months after battling with a stroke.

His death also comes about six days to his 58th birthday, billed for June 12.

Joshua’s demise has continued to elicit reactions, with many Nigerians, including celebrities, taking to the social media to share fond memories of the clergyman.


Joining the fray, Dikeh expressed disbelief that the cleric has indeed passed away.

“I going to wake up tommorrow and hear that my father lives right?? Right?? Papa Papa, where are you? I will call you in the morning please pick up daddy!!” she wrote on Instagram.

On her part, Badmus simply wrote on Instagram: “rest on Papa @tbjoshua.”


Similarly, Samklef wrote: “RIP TB Joshua” in a terse post accompanied with the cleric’s photo.

In a follow-up post, he added:”Who are we to question God? May God have mercy on us. May God wash our sins away.”

Here’s what other Nigerians had to say:


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