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Evelyn, Prophet TB Joshu's Wife, hosts a revival conference in Ghana

Prophet TB Joshua’s Wife, Hosts A Revival Conference In Ghana

Evelyn, Prophet TB Joshua’s Wife, hosts a revival conference in Ghana.

On Friday, February 9, 2024, in Ghana, Pastor Evelyn Joshua, the late Prophet TB Joshua’s wife and the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), led a revival meeting.

The event, which started at midday, was televised live on Emmanuel TV and took place at the neighboring West African branch of the church.

This occurs one month after Joshua was the subject of a damning BBC documentary that aired on January 8.

A joyful group of Ghanaians and visitors from various countries welcomed TB Joshu’s wife and her group of evangelists from Lagos at the Kotoka International Airport on Thursday, February 8, and provided them with cultural displays, including music and dance.

Evelyn made small talk with them and then turned to face the kids, who gave her a bouquet.


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More Ghanaians greeted her on social media when she arrived in their nation.

Augustus Annas wrote, “Welcome to Ghana, Woman of God. We are blessed to have you here. Thank God for your life.”

Another netizen Joy Bor wrote, “Glory Hallelujah to God Almighty. Welcome to Ghana Woman of God, Pastor Evelyn Joshua.”

Evangelist AM Bonokwane Ministries, a South African organization, expressed their affection for TB Joshua’s wife on social media as well.

“We love you here in South Africa. Mama God bless you always,” the social media user wrote on Joshua’s Facebook page.

The clergywoman waved in admiration as Ghanaians and people from other countries danced and hailed her presence.

Shortly after, she entered the bustling streets of Accra escorted by a lengthy motorcade.

On Friday, believers showed up at the meeting location flying the flags of their own nations in their vibrant clothing.

The congregation stood for the playing of the Ghana national anthem following the opening prayer and musical selections.

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