Kenyans sent their condolence messages to the family of Temitope Balogun Joshua commonly referred to as TB Joshua who died yesterday. In their condolences messages Kenyans expressed mixed reactions following his death with some praising him while others condemning him for his actions.
Reverend Lucy Natasha, the founder and overseer of Prophetic Latter Glory Ministries International described the Bishop as a man of God who served many.
“His last moments on earth were spent in the service of God. This is what he was born for, lived for and died for. Prophet TB Joshua leaves a legacy of service and sacrifice to God’s Kingdom that is living for generations yet unborn. RIP Prophet TB Joshua,” said Rev Lucy Natasha.
Songstress Linet Munya popularly known as Size Eight expressed shock over the death of Joshua.
“When I first heard the news I thought it was a bad rumour but for sure ‘Prophet’ TB Joshua has gone to be with the Lord!!! You are home oh Gods General home with the one you have been serving am sure you are in so much joy. For this world is not our home we await our heavenly home,” she said. Tiana Ladipz said:”I’m sorry but when this man was alive a lot of people criticized him, many people said he was doing fake miracles. He’s dead today and everybody is talking about how much of a philanthropist and amazing prophet he was. In this life just do you. May TB Joshua’s soul Rest In Peace.”
Her compatriot and celebrated musician Wahu Kagwe also sent her condolences. “Rest in eternal peace,” said Wahu. Former Taita Taveta Woman Representative Joyce Lay also sent her message of condolence. “My condolences. May the Lord hold his people together, and comfort them,” said Lay.
Finished race A Kenyan calling herself Violet Odawa in her twitter account said: “2 Timothy 4:7. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that Day, and not only to me but also to all who have loved his appearing. Rest in peace servant of God,” wrote Violet Odawa on her social media page.
Blogger Gordon Opiyo on his part said: “Rest in the Lord, mighty man of God. Your service in the Kingdom will always be remembered,” said Gordon Opiyo. But on his part Lord Abraham Mutai in his verified twitter account said there is nothing much to celebrate about the bishop.
“A conman from Nigeria, TB Joshua, has died. This is after lying and conning poor unsuspecting Africans in Nigeria for years,” he said. “The fake Nigerian prophet and conman TB Joshua has also joined his maker. This is a man who had the power to heal the crippled, give sight to the blind, give legs to amputees and even resurrect the dead yet couldn’t do the same to save himself. Eternal Rest grant unto him,” said a person who only identifies himself as Ja Loka.