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More Troubles As Synagogue Petitions EFCC Over Alleged Huge Financial Misappropriation

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More Troubles As Synagogue Petitions EFCC Over Alleged Huge Financial Misappropriation

More Troubles As Synagogue Petitions EFCC Over Alleged Huge Financial Misappropriation
September 15
14:37 2021

Following the noise generated by the assumption of the leadership the Synagogue Church of All Nation by the widow of the founder, Pastor Evelyn Joshua, is getting worse as some aggrieved members of the church have petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over a huge financial misappropriation after the death of TB Joshua.

In the petition sent by the church against some of its members, it noted that a huge financial misappropriation involving some church workers and disciples was discovered.

The petition claimed the financial fraud were perpetrated recently after the death of SCOAN founder, Pastor TB Joshua.

They noted that a comprehensive audit of activities in the church has taken place since his death.

EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren confirmed that the agency was investigating a petition from the church.

He however, did not give further details on the petition or people indicted in it.

After the death of Pastor TB Joshua, succession crisis for leadership of the church has emerged.

While Mrs. Evelyn Joshua was named leader, another group within the church has emerged questioning how she became leader of the church after her husband’s demise.

 

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