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President Goodluck Jonathan's visit to the Synagogue church has been described by critics as hypocritical and an opportunity to seek support for his re-election in Lagos.

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Two South Africans who lost their relatives to the SCOAN (Synagogue Church of All Nations) building collapse in Nigeria have told the BBC they intend to sue the founder and general overseer Pastor Temitope Joshua.

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Deny T.B. Joshua Visa - ANC Youths

"T.B. Joshua should not be allowed to come to South Africa until we know what happened to our fellow countrymen at his church". This statement was made by Bandile Masuku, spokesperson for the ANC Youth League of South Africa in reaction to T.B. Joshua's desire to visit South Africa.

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"I am beginning to suspect the activities of the man who called himself a man of GOD", said Bamidele Jimoh, a UNILAG student. "Just last year, some worshipers in his church in Ghana died at a stampede, a tragedy which led to a ban on his activities in that country".

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Lagos Government Moves Against Synagogue

The Lgos state government expressed their displeasure with the incident that occurred recently at the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Ikotun - the collapse of one of the buildings.

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The founder and general overseer of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Prophet Tb Joshua has linked the collapse of one of the church buildings to a strange aircraft.

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Founder and overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), T.B. Joshua recently made the announcement that 4,000 bottles of his 'Anointing Water' had reached Sierra Leone and were received by government officials, to 'spiritually fortify the country in the fight against the deadly disease, Ebola.

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