TB Joshua was well-known in Africa and Latin America. He died quietly at the age of 57, and the cause of death is still unknown.
TB Joshua revealed that he spent 15 months in his mother’s womb rather than the usual nine months.
Temitope, his surname, is a Yoruba name that means “mine is deserving of appreciation or gratitude.” It is mostly a name given by parents to express thanks for circumstances surrounding the child’s birth.
Many Christians around the world have expressed their condolences to the family of the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), who had a profound impact on many people’s lives.
TB Joshua is survived by his widow Evelyn and his three children.
- Joshua and Evelyn married in 1990. The mother of three is also a SCOAN minister.
- TB Joshua and Evelyn Joshua were blissfully married. Evelyn said in a previous interview with Nigerian media that the man of God proposed to her 45 minutes after they met.
- The man of the cloth was a family man who loved and cared for his family. In a recent interview, he stated that he aspires to be like them. “I’m married and have children. My first daughter is pursuing a PhD, while my second is pursuing a master’s degree. I have three daughters in all.
His last daughter is still in high school. I wish my wife was like me, but I can’t make her be who I am; it’s up to God. I can’t anoint her because only God can do it.”
- Serah Joshua, one of the couple’s daughters, married Tanzanian spouse Brian Moshi on May 8, 2021. For the third occasion, the pair was walking down the street. They married at a Pentecostal church in Nigeria, then in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and finally in Arusha. Serah, Tb Joshua’s daughter, and Brian, her Tanzanian husband.
- TB Joshua was a 15-year veteran of the ministry. On March 8, 2021, he will mark his 15th anniversary. He was not just a devout follower of God, but he also respected his family.