Synagogue church reopens branch in TB Joshua’s home state of Ondo

Evelyn Joshua rededicates SCOAN Akure

The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) has reopened and rededicated its branch in Akure, Ondo State capital.

The church’s late founder Prophet TB Joshua was a native of Arigidi-Akoko in Ondo State.

SCOAN leader Pastor Evelyn Joshua revealed last year during the church’s first thanksgiving service since Joshua’s death on June 5, 2021 at its Ikotun-Egbe headquarters in Lagos that the branch at the birth place of the late cleric was remodelled.

She said: “I wish to bring to your notice another unique project recently completed for us at Synagogue Church Of All Nations by God almighty. The project is the first branch of SCOAN in Akure. Though the structure has been in place for years, God has permitted his restructuring of the church in modern way with all necessary features in place.”

On arrival on Friday in Akure for the rededication, Evelyn was welcomed by beautifully dressed children and was presented flowers.

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu was represented at the ceremony by his deputy Lucky Aiyedatiwa. A traditional ruler was also present.

Before cutting the blue ribbon, Evelyn prayed, “Father Lord, we bless Your name. We thank You for this beautiful day, the Creator of Heaven and earth, the God of Prophet T.B. Joshua. Almighty God, we rededicate this mission, house, The SCOAN Akure Branch to You. We rededicate it in the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit.”

Aiyedatiwa said Akeredolu sent his love and greetings to the church and recognised all members in attendance. He said, “Let me on his behalf congratulate The SCOAN for this wonderful edifice that has just been commissioned and dedicated to the Lord.”

He congratulated Evelyn for all her work and perseverance towards the ministry.

Performances from guest artiste Tinuke Olubodun, the SCOAN Akure children, Emerald choir lit up the ceremony.