A 19-year-old girl from Lagos, Ifekoya Adejoke, narrated her experience as a sex slave at TB Joshua’s church. The girl was tempted by a deceitful promise of ‘greener pastures’ abroad, and became a cruel victim of human trafficking, bounded to a bed in a dingy, dirty Libyan room and forced to sexually satisfy up to 30 men in a single night. 719 more words
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At the Friday November 21, 2014 sitting of the coroner’s inquest into the collapsed Synagogue, Church Of All Nations building, the court was told that the building materials used for the construction of the collapsed building were approved by the Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON). 536 more words
The Aircraft That Allegedly Collapsed A building in TB Joshua’s Church (SCOAN) Killing 116 persons! Identified!
Questions bordering around the ownership of the aircraft alleged by Prophet T.B. Joshua to have caused the collapse of a guest house at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), where 116 persons died has been answered at a coroner’s inquest on Wednesday. 175 more words
Many could not fight back tears when names of those killed were called out and a procession of giant mortuary trucks carrying the bodies, slowly drove past the gathering to the tune of the “death march” played by the police band. 193 more words
Remains of a South African being carried to one of the trucks
| credits: Stanley Ogidi
The South African government on Saturday began the repatriation of the bodies of its citizens killed in the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Lagos building collapse. 693 more words
The remains of the 74 South Africans who perished when the guest house at TB Joshua’s SCOAN complex crumbled are being flown home tonight.
The corpses which were being preserved at the General Hospital, Yaba and at the Isolo General Hospital were released to the South African authorities and transported to the airport in mobile mortuaries. 11 more words
Fashola meets with SA govt officials, approves repatriation of dead South Africans in Synagogue tragedy
Governor Fashola yesterday met with representatives of the South African government who were in Nigeria to facilitate the repatriation of the bodies of 54 South Africans who died in the September 12th Synagogue building collapse. 140 more words