Following the tragic news of Nigerians and other Africans who were sold for slavery in Libya, the Synagogue Church of All Nations has made it a mission to help Nigerians deported from the country.
Some of the deportees
The general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, who is known for his humanitarian activities, has yet again provided a safe haven for the recent deportees who just returned to the country after suffering from undue harship and torture in the North African country.
According to a post made on from TB Joshua Ministries’ Facebook, the 54-year-old Prophet, has once again provided the new set of deportees with N8,850,000 this week.
It was gathered that the money was provided to the deportees to provide financial support that would help them get back on their feet.
Part of the post reads; “As each set lands, many of them find their way to the doorstep of The SCOAN hearing of T.B. Joshua and Emmanuel TV Partners ever-ready response to their needs.
“This week alone the staggering amount of N8,850,000 has been given to the deportees, to help them get back on their feet. Words of encouragement and faith-building items were also given out to help point them to Jesus Christ and the right way to make it in life.”