Two weeks after the death of the founder and the spiritual leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua, his church has remained under lock without church services even on Sunday.

TB Joshua died on June 5, 2021 at the age of 57.

The well-known used-to-be boisterous atmosphere was empty when newsmen visited the church at Bolorunpelu along Ikotun road on Sunday morning.

The road leading to the church was a free drive as flags of nations, which were lowered at half mast, remained the same since the 6th of June when the death of the founder was announced.

There were, however, security checks by the police that were always stationed at the entrance even before the demise of TB Joshua.

Recall that Synagogue Church of All Nations had been closed for physical service during the lockdown and remain shut even after the ban was lifted on mosques and churches in the country based on guidelines and protocols agreed with state governments.

TB Joshua had said he would reopen his church when he receives direction from God to do so.

Recall that the burial plans unveiled by the church shows that Prophet T.B. Joshua would begin final journey home from July 5, 2021.

SCOAN, in a statement issued late Monday unveiled a week-long burial plan for Joshua, leading to his burial at the church’s premises.

Joshua would begin his journey home between July 5 and 11. The week-long event will be used in honour of Joshua’s life and legacy.

The statement said everyone was aware that TB Joshua had been taken home to be with the Lord, assuring that nothing would stop the work of God at SCOAN from moving on.

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