There was a show of solidarity from few supporters of the General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, Pastor Temitope Joshua, over his appearance before a judicial panel of inquiry today in Lagos. Joshua was invited to give evidence on the collapsed guesthouse belonging to his church, which led to over 100 deaths. The protesters, including two women on wheelchairs, carried placards that bore different inscriptions and took a position near the venue of the panel’s sitting at the Lagos High Court.
Newsbreak.ng is a publication of Platinum Crest Communications Limited. We are a broad-spectrum source of credible, useful and timely news, features and opinions, especially as they affect Nigerians at home and in the diaspora.