The founder of Synagogue Church of All Nation, Pastor T.B Joshua has since been buried at his church but conversations about the life of the late cleric continue.
One would have thought that only accolades and tributes would continue to pour in after he was buried on Friday at his church in the Ikotun area of Lagos.
However, a fight ensued between two artisans, a Carpenter and a Bricklayer over the life of T.B Joshua.
The incident, according to an eyewitness who spoke to Daily Post started when a Carpenter joined the conversation about the late cleric at a bar in the VGC area of Lagos.
“We were drinking and gisting when someone mentioned the death of TB Joshua. The carpenter said some terrible things. He claimed Joshua used diabolical means”, the informant said in Yoruba.
“But the bricklayer warned him to stop saying ‘rubbish’. That he would not sit and allow any negative conversation about the late Prophet.
“The man said it was when he started attending Synagogue Church that he built a house at Igando and bought his car.
“The other guy insisted TB Joshua was not a real man of God. As the argument continued, they started fighting. The bricklayer injured the carpenter, it was bloody.”
The bloody fight attracted people in the area as well as that of the nearby policemen.
T.B Joshua’s death continues to divide opinions. While some believe that no other pastor can be compared to him due to his humanitarian works across the world, others have contrary opinions, especially as regards the miracles that took place during his time.