7 Years After, Fani Kayode Breaks Silence Over Synagogue Church

A former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode, has countered the narrative that the Synagogue Church Of All Nations collapsed due to a bad foundation; he described the report as false.

Fani Kayode opined that the State agents put out the discredited and fanciful tale about seven years ago to discredit Prophet Temitope Joshua, also known as T.B Joshua, to fool the public.

The former Minister noted that the court case initiated over the matter is a shame, adding that he researched the issue for years. 

According to Fani Kayode, there is far more to the incident than what the public has been told. He stated that the Synagogue Church building was targeted and brought down by a very sophisticated device.

Fani Kayode further stated that those in charge of Nigeria’s security services and intelligence agencies knew that the Collapse Of T.B Joshua‘s Church building was not an accident but a deliberate, cold-blooded & premeditated murder.

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Fani Kayode Breaks Silence Over Synagogue Church
Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.

However, he expressed optimism that someday the hand of the law would catch up with those behind the collapse, and they would be brought to book.  

“One day, the truth will come out & there will be confessions when that day comes, Nigerians will be shocked& those behind it will be brought to justice. May the souls of those that were killed continue to RIP& may God continue to comfort TB Joshua& the SCOAN family for this loss.”

You will recall that a guesthouse located within the Synagogue Church Of All Nations premises around the Ikotun-Egbe area of Lagos State collapsed entirely to the ground On 12 September 2014.

The building collapse killed at least 115 people, 84 of the victims were South Africans. Meanwhile, Prophet T. B. Joshua linked the incident to a strange aircraft hovering above the church building shortly before it fell.

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