Embattled Temitope Joshua, general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, has warned his critics to either mind their utterances or face the wrath of God.
In his homily to the church congregation on Sunday, Joshua told the worshipers to be mindful of what they say, asking them to also warn their family members because “anybody can go for what happened.”
Expressing displeasure over what he described as “negative” information spreading in the public, Joshua said, “Whatever anyone wants to write, let them write. They will be the one to read it.”
“You will know am a man of God this time” he boasted, while reiterating his zeal to meet with the countries and families of those who lost their lives in the tragedy.
The man of God told the faithful to watch the “second version” of the Close Circuit Television, CCTV footage released by the church “without prejudice,” to judge is the alleged mysterious aircraft he claimed hovered over the build, was actually responsible.