Former senior member of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Yinka Olugbenga will on Friday, December 30 hold a New Year crossover service in Malawi.
The lady popularly known as Prophetess Yinka announced the event on Instagram and Facebook on Thursday morning.
Beginning at 10 pm Malawi time, the service will hold at Glorious Light International Church, Lilongwe.
Fellow ex-SCOAN chieftain Prophetess Anne will also minister at the event.
So will founder of Glorious Light International Church Bishop Abraham Simama and Ada Ehi from Nigeria.
“I will be ministering tonight at the Cross Over Night of Worship here in Malawi. Get connected LIVE via my YouTube Channel or Facebook page,” Prophetess Yinka wrote in a post announcing the crossover server.
Prophetesses Yinka and Anne were disciples of SCOAN founder Prophet TB Joshua who died on June 5, 2021.
They left the Nigerian megachurch after Joshua’s wife Evelyn Joshua emerged as the new leader in September.
The two women held a special charity event for the physically challenged at Glorious Light International Church, Lilongwe on Christmas Day.
The charity event in Malawi was broadcast live across Prophetess Yinka’s social media pages.
Yinka and Anne thanked Bishop Simama and his wife for hosting the special Christmas event.
Reflecting on the words of their late mentor they said in a message posted on social media that “We cannot succeed alone as Prophet TB Joshua said.
We need good people, informed people and inspired people to make it in our respective callings.”