The CEO of Ovation, Dele Momodu has asked why the Nigerian Christian community has remained silent about the death of TB Joshua.
It is no news that the famous televangelist and founder of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations passed away on Saturday, June 5 and many people from Nigeria and around the world have expressed sadness over his demise.
But then, Dele Momodu has come out to say that the Christian groups in Nigeria has gone quiet and said nothing about his word. He added that even in death, he is still hated.
He wrote on Instagram: “Seriously no word from the Christian community in Nigeria regarding the death of TB Joshua. Even in death he is still hated.”
He added: “Does he really need any validation… All souls will die.”
Dele Momodu’s assertion about the Christian group evoked several reactions from Nigerians. Ghgossip compiled some below;
@ucheelendu wrote: “Rest in Power great Man of God, you lived the life Jesus taught us to live, the impact you made and the pace you set will never be forgotten, you did what the govt couldn’t and cannot do for it’s citizens! Je nke oma nwoke obioma 😢🙏”
@flexyerica wrote; “Truth is, the man is not in the click of private jet that’s why they ignore him.”
@lvrdeeishh wrote: “They all hated him cos he was helping people instead of buying private jets, competing to build the biggest churches and building uni’s his members couldn’t afford. Your daddies in the Lord disliked him for that”
@kennedyexcel wrote; “Rest on Man of God a Philanthropist with a Good heart that always preach don’t forget the needy, Even in death you’re still a great man 💔..”
@ceo_pinzle wrote; “Well he was a different soul so you don’t expect him to be liked by many RIP”
@omalichaaoma wrote: “Many judginas. I wonder what they are even judging…regardless he was a prophet. He was also a giver… He gives massively… That alone makes him a good man. His a hope to the poor. And needy too…. Did you all, see the women, in front of synagogue yesterday crying and wailing. This man will be greatly missed. Everybody felt his demise. Go well man of the people”