Regular visitors to TB Joshua?s Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) continue to have faith in the organisation despite recent criticism.
Since the tragic collapse over two months ago, of a building in Lagos in Nigeria housing visitors to the synagogue, the church has faced a great deal of criticism regarding their standards of safety.
The collapse resulted in the death of 85 South African citizens.
Advocate Johnny Klopper and his wife Dorothy Klopper have visited SCOAN collectively more than 25 times in the past, and maintain that the church should not carry all the blame for the incident.
Advocate Klopper believes everything done from the ministry?s side was done ?in excellence? and is convinced that any future investigation will confirm this.
Having travelled around the world with religious leader, TB Joshua, he describes him as a humble man and says he has learned a great deal from him.
Dorothy Klopper also maintains that a third party may have been involved in the collapse of the building. She says TB Joshua loves all the guests visiting the synagogue, and says ?he would never in any way take shortcut concerning their well-being?.
Meanwhile the aircraft carrying the remains of 74 of the 85 South African-based victims landed at Pretoria’s Waterkloof air force on Sunday morning.
After an official ceremony at the air force base, the remains will be transported to Forensic Pathology Services mortuaries in different provinces before going to government mortuaries closest to the homes of victims, where families will bury their loved ones.
By TB Joshua Fans UK