More South Africans to visit TB Joshua's SCOAN

By Drum Digital
25 November 2014

The remains of 74 people were repatriated two weeks ago, many of whom were buried over the weekend.

Just two months since the death of scores of  South Africans at TB Joshua's Synagogye of All Nations (SCOAN) church, some are preparing to visit the church again.

The remains of 74 people were repatriated two weeks ago. Many were buried over the weekend. 

Voxissmat Travel spokesperson, Lamola Mabunda says many people have already made bookings to travel to Lagos to attend the church.

“Over 8 000 people have already booked to travel once the repatriation process of our beloved ones is completed and given a decent burial. Then we'll consider that and also SCOAN will advise us when they are ready to receive the people. People know the reason why they want to go [to the SCOAN]. Some of the reasons include healing and deliverance” explains Mabunda.

Meanwhile, the families of the 11 victims whose remains are yet to be repatriated say they have confidence in the government's efforts.

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