TB Joshua’s wife speaks on forthcoming crusade in Kenya

Evelyn Joshua
Evelyn Joshua

Pastor Evelyn Joshua, wife of the late Prophet TB Joshua, has said that the purpose of holding a two-day crusade and charity work in Kenya is to help liberate people from diverse challenges.

Evelyn, leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), told journalists on Thursday, October 5 that the mission to the East African country was God’s instruction.

The crusade scheduled for October 13 and 14 will be held at a stadium in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya.

Evelyn, who spoke on the prevalence of anomalies in the society, said it was pertinent to rescue people through God’s readily available grace and benevolence.

She said, “This session is in furtherance of God’s will for the commission and mankind, for the salvation of souls and fulfilled destinies.

“We are also undertaking charity programmes as part of our mission.


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“This is by God’s instruction in His Grace, mercy and favour that the nation of Kenya should partake in the blessings associated with this divine assignment.

“Clearly, a great event is about taking place in Kenya. Its going to be a turning point. The nation is already bubbling and daily getting more excited for the event.”

A preview of the church’s official registration portal for the event showed an unprecedented enthusiasm, as thousands of people had registered for it.

People from Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia and South Africa had registered several days ahead of the event.

People outside the continent have also indicated interest to attend.

Earlier this year, the church staged a people-oriented crusade in Madrid, Spain which attracted numerous worshippers from other countries.