The leader and founder of the International Gods Way Church (IGWC), Bishop Daniel Obinim has finally broken his silence on the sudden demise of popular Nigerian Prophet, TB Joshua. The Death of the Evangelist has taken the entire world as a surprise with many expressing mixed reactions.
Tributes from prominent personalities including pastors have been pouring in for the late man of God. Prophet TB Joshua has widely been commended for his love for humanity and his desire to feed millions of people. He fed several people and healed many from different ailments.
The latest to comment on his death is Bishop Daniel Obinim. He had a cordial relationship with the late prophet and on various occasions referred too him during church service. Bishop Daniel Obinim is currently mourning the death of the late TB Joshua and has taken to his official Facebook page to post a touching message about his friend.
According to Angel Daniel Obinim, the late TB Joshua was a great man of God who served as a father for all. He says TB Joshua helped many people across the world in different avenues and gained a lot of respect for himself whilst alive. According to Bishop Daniel Obinim, he benefited immensely from the wisdom and gifts of TB Joshua and that has helped him in building his church to the level it is now.
He described the late TB Joshua as a respected and honorable man of God who was given to the world by God. He believes TB Joshua has assisted several vulnerable people all over the world and his church is currently one of the best. Bishop Daniel Obinim expressed his condolences to the family and the entire congregation of the Synagogue church of all nations.
“The late TB Joshua was a great man of God in the body of Christ. He was a wonderful father of many people across the world, very honorable and well respected personality. I have benefited from his wisdom and inspired me a lot. My condolences and prayers to his entire family and church members. Rest well Sir”. Bishop Daniel Obinim sadly wrote
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