The Lagos State Chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has called on the Federal and the Lagos State governments to find a place in their hearts to support T.B. Joshua’s ministry rather than try to persecute him with the ongoing criminal trial of contractors who handled the collapse of a guest house belonging to his church.
This call was made when a delegation, led by its Lagos state Chapter, Comrade Idowu Adelakun, paid T.B. Joshua a courtesy call and conferred him with title of an icon of religious tourism.
Adelakun said: “The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) remains the only ministry in Africa that attracts the highest number of foreign visitors thereby boosting the religious tourism potentials of Nigeria and also earning huge foreign exchange for the country.”
He described Joshua as a leading light in Africa, pointing out that his humanitarian efforts have received world-wide recognition.