By Simon Ateba
The General Overseer of Synagogue Church Of All Nation (SCOAN) Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua has said that trying times cannot destroy him.
It would be recalled that a six-storey building in the premises of the church headquarters located in Ikotun, Lagos state collapsed on Friday 12 September. The death toll from the collapsed guesthouse at the church has risen to 62 on Tuesday afternoon.
Since the building collapsed Joshua has been a subject of rumour but the controversial Prophet is optimistic that his trial is just a passage to greater thing. “Hard times may test me, they cannot destroy me,” Nigeria’s popular pastor, Prophet T.B. Joshua said.
Ibrahim Farinloye, southwest coordinator for the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says the agency has so far rescued 133 people.
“Rescue efforts are still continuing but we hope they will come to an end tomorrow (Wednesday). We have reached a critical stage now and more survivors are likely to be brought out of the rubble,” he said.
Earlier today, a 45-year old woman on Tuesday walked out alive from the rubbles of the collapsed building.
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