TB Joshua’s Daughter Reportedly Gives Birth To A Baby Boy On Father’s Birthday

Serah Oyindamola Joshua, the daughter of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua better known as TB Joshua has reportedly welcomed a bouncy baby boy on her father’s posthumous birthday.

TB Joshua was supposed to turn 58 years on June 12th 2021 but the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) died few days to his birthday.

A son reportedly arrived on the laps of Serah and her Tanzanian husband, Brian Ovin Moshi, on Saturday, June 12th 2021 – the same day as TB Joshua’s birthday.

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Pictures of a child has gone viral to support the reports but information is yet to be received from the family of Serah Joshua.

Some social media users are saying it is the famous preacher that has been reincarnated and returned as the baby boy. Check out the photo of the baby below.

TB Joshua was confirmed dead few weeks ago after suffering a short illness. The famous televangelist was found dead in his seat at his office, according to information given by his wife.

It was reported that he suffered stroke and was treated in Turkey few months ago but it seems the treatment was not complete and the sickness resurfaced.

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In a related story, a Ugandan pastor identified as Jackson Senyonga has shocked many for celebrating the death of Nigerian Prophet T.B Joshua.

Pastor Jackson Senyonga, in a viral video released hours after the demise, echoed that the death of T.B Joshua is very right because millions of mislead souls will be saved across the world.

He described the Nigerian televangelist as a false prophet who has, for a long time, led millions of his followers into darkness.

During his one week mourning and burial, the camera captured an image that looked like an angel hanging in the air as loved ones file pass.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

This post was published on June 14, 2021 11:32 AM

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