Prof. Ajayi Boroffice, the Senate Deputy Majority Leader, has described the demise of founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet Temitope Joshua, as a personal loss.
Joshua, an indigene of Ondo State, died on Sunday at the age of 57.
Boroffice stated this in a condolence message by his media aide, Mr Kayode Fajuyi, on Sunday in Akure.
He added that the cleric’s death was a great loss to Akoko land of the state in particular and African continent in general.
Boroffice, who represents Ondo North Senatorial District, described the deceased as a great preacher, big hearted philanthropist and community leader.
According to him, late Prophet Joshua lived an impactful life and we are consoled that his legacies, in evangelism and humanitarian services, will outlive his demise.
“On behalf of my family and the people of Ondo North Senatorial district, I extend deep condolences to the immediate family of Prophet Temitope Joshua, the Synagogue Church of All Nations, the Zaki of Arigidi, Oba Yisa Olanipekun and the people of Arigidi.
“May God console and comfort all of us,” he said.
Boroffice, who is the Asiwaju of Akoko land, prayed God to let perpetual light shine upon the soul of the departed through the mercy of God.