Ondo Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu has revealed that TB Joshua, late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nation (SCOAN), “put something” in his pocket after he was elected into office.
Akeredolu stated this at the church in the Ikotun area of Lagos state on Friday during the funeral service of Joshua, an indigene of Ondo state.
In his remarks, Akeredolu described the deceased as a “special child” and a man of peace and love.
He revealed that the late prophet visited him after he won the governorship election, however did not say if it was when he was first elected in 2016 or reelected in 2020.
“He touched lives of special people economically and spiritually. We want to recall him for the great works he did on this side of the divide,” Akeredolu said.
“I can testify personally to the good things I have benefitted from him. When I won the governorship election in Ondo state. He drove to Owo and something went wrong with his vehicle in his Akure.
“He told me he has come to wish me well and pray. And when he was leaving he put something in my pocket. I won’t tell you how much he put in my pocket.”