Jaiye Kuti, Nigerian actress, says the spirit of TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), visited her shortly after his demise.


TheCable had reported how the renowned cleric breathed his last at 57 about two months after battling with a stroke.

His death — which happened about six days to his 58th birthday — has continued to elicit reactions, with many Nigerians sharing their fond memories of him on social media platforms.

In an Instagram post on Sunday, Kuti joined others to pay tribute to the deceased.


Kuti said not long after Joshua passed away, his spirit appeared to her while she was alone in her room at Offa, Kwara state.

Kuti said she never had any physical encounter with the late cleric before his death.

The movie star also commended the philanthropic gestures of the deceased, noting that such made many people to give their lives to Christ.


“I have never met you one on one but your spirit visited me when you died.
I was in Offa alone in my room. My head was swollen and I saw a gentle pass of him. There was something good about that soul,” she wrote.

“Christ was poor but feeding the people and taking care of everyone. You did same to many. I know two people who truly gave their lives to Christ through him. May the Good lord rest your soul in peace. Pastor T.B. Joshua.”

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