Arigidi-Akoko Renewal Group (AARG) has stressed the need to immortalise the late founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Pastor Temitope Joshua.
The group is domicile in the hometown of late TB Joshua.
According to the group, the legacy of love and projects all over the world including that of his community, Arigidi-Akoko must be sustained.
In a statement issued by members of the group, AARG commiserated with the wife, children and the SCOAN family.
It prayed that God will give Pastor Mrs Evelyn Joshua, wife of the deceased Evangelist the wisdom and grace to march on with the SCOAN Ministry.
The statement reads,” Arigidi Akoko Renewal Group mourns the departure of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua to eternal glory.
“Our solace is that you have gone to rest with your maker whom you served with all vigor and your good work will continue to speak till eternity.
“We commiserate with the Wife, Children and the SCOAN family. We pray that God will give Pastor Mrs Evelyn Joshua the wisdom and grace to march on with the SCOAN Ministry.
“There is no doubt that Prophet T. B Joshua lived a fulfilled life and imparted lives through selfless service to humanity. His trait of simplicity, humility, compassion and generosity was second to none.
“Though, we are deeply pained by this sudden departure of the man of God but we know that he has played his part and we are comforted with his good deeds while with us. We shall continue to remember his contributions to the development of Akoko land in general.
“It is our utmost desire that his legacy of love and projects all world including that of his community, Arigidi-Akoko will be sustained.”