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TB Joshua: 'I Don’t Have Any Bank Account, I Don’t Keep Money'

Leader and founder of The Synagogue Church of
All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet T. B. Joshua has
declared that he does not operate any bank
ConciseNews reports that TB Joshua in an
interview with The Maravi Post recently, says
because he is more concerned about touching
lives, he doesn’t keep money.
“This is the problem the country has brought to
us; that is what we are talking about.
“Here we have a foundation for the youths, a
football club. There are about 4000 of them that
come from across the country, and we have a bus
for them.
“We are also involved with the destitute in Oko-
Baba, you saw the buses given to them and how
they are being taken care of and we are giving
them scholarships,” the influential televangelist
He continues: “We have people in Leeds University
in London, which is one of the best universities in
the world. There are also the widows, the
physically challenged – and we have a warehouse
where we keep the rice which we give to these
“Each trailer is N5million and we have about four
trailers. There are also the aged people – we look
for them and take care of them, even the ones
that are sick. Of course, you know that to run a
football club costs a lot of money.
“Even the PHCN where they train, we paid heavily
to secure it. These are some of the challenges we
are facing. So when you now talk about the issue
of tax, does it means that we will withdraw all
these and use it to pay tax?
“We are doing more than paying tax. I don’t
operate any bank account, not to talk of keeping
money here.
“These people are my bank account. I believe so
much in this so that in the nearest future, people
can stand and say, ‘I am now this through the
grace of God in the life of TB Joshua’”

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