Prophet Racine Busso and wife Evangelist Ruth Busso (nee Tonge), former senior members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), have denied starting a ministry.
Racine, one of five former wisemen of the late Prophet TB Joshua, founder of SCOAN, tied the knot with Ruth in a private ceremony in the UK on February 14, Valentine’s Day.
Since the pair announced their union, they have been warning against fraudulent social media pages created in their names.
Commenting on the matter again via their refurbished website, Racine and Ruth emphasised that the website is their only means of communication with the public.
“We have been warning everyone to be careful of fraudsters publishing fake news on social media just to attract or deceive people for selfish gain.
“We have also noticed on the internet people using old clips from the Emmanuel TV UK revival held in 2019 in Sheffield to mislead people that we have started a ministry. There is no upcoming event and our only official medium of communicating to the public is this website. https://www.racineandruth.org.
“We want to remind everyone that we do not use any social media account to communicate with the general public. No Facebook page. No YouTube Channel. No Instagram account. No Twitter account,” they said.
Ruth rose to become an evangelist in SCOAN whose duties included delivering sermons and prayer ministrations. She came to the church with her parents Gary and Fiona Tonge, and her brother Christopher Tonge. She left shortly after Joshua died on June 5, 2021.
Racine, on the other hand, stayed behind to help stabilise the church during the period. He has not been seen at SCOAN since January 9, 2022.