The founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, Pastor Temitope Joshua has been urged to quickly relocate home in continuation of his pastoral duties.
This advice was given by the Youths in Arigidi-Akoko in Akoko Northwest local government of Ondo State, the home town of pastor T.B Joshua.
The youths also urged the federal government to constitute a high- powered panel to carry out independent investigations on the guest house that collapsed at SCOAN on 12 September, 2014 in Ikotun area of Lagos state.
The concerned youths under the aegis of Congress of Akoko Youths (CAY)in a statement signed by its President, Babatunde Momoh and Trustees Chairman, Olanipekun Olugbenga decried the move by some government agents to distort facts by deliberately shifting blames of the saboteurs to T.B Joshua.
The group called for thorough investigations on the alleged assassination attempt on the life of the Pastor.
They wondered why the state agencies quickly rushed to the press to indict the leadership of SCOAN without proper investigation of the incident.
“The government should encourage the clergyman considering his significance and economic support, charity, employment, international and local aids, scholarship and broken home reconciliation among others.
“It should strengthen the security network of the country and most importantly the airspace of the country” the statement stressed.
The group also expressed its unalloyed support for Pastor Joshua and his ministries, while praying for the repose of the souls of the departed believers.
It would be recalled that Prophet TB Joshua of SCOAN had attributed the tragic collapse to a strange aircraft which hovered over the building for some minutes before the incident.
Meanwhile, professional builders in Lagos State, have faulted the “strange aircraft” theory purported by the Synagogue church.
Several groups have called for the arrest and trial of T.B Joshua.