The Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has described the late T. B. Joshua as a blessing to humanity.

Akeredolu while reacting to the death of Pastor Temitope Balogun Joshua, described him as a great Ambassador of the state whose Ministry was noted for charity.

In a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Richard Olabode, Akeredolu said, Pastor Joshua’s demise came as a rude shock and the pains are not mere emotional flashes but are indeed piercing.

He saidt the Ondo-born Pastor and Televangelist was a philanthropist whose exit will be sorely missed by many.

In his words, “Pastor Joshua was committed to giving and was more often, inexorably imbued with calmness while lifting the downtrodden man as a televangelist, he did not just win souls for Christ, he was passionate about changing lives.

This according to the Governor was demonstrated timelessly, through the deceased alluring service to humanity and compassion by assisting not only his home local government, Akoko North West, but Other adjoining local governments in Akoko land benefitted from his large heart of benevolence.

Governor Akeredolu said, that of significant note too, Pastor Joshua never hesitated to assist in whatever manner the Ondo State Government desired such and to the people of Ondo State, his death is considered 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.

While commiserating with the immediate family, the entire membership of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Governor Akeredolu expresses his heart-felt condolences to the Zaki of Arigidi Akoko, Oba Yisa Olanipekun and the entire community over the loss of a great son of the soil.

The Governor prays God to grant the late man of God an eternal rest in His bosom and comfort grieving family members, friends and associates.

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