Prophet Racine set to wed on Valentine’s Day

TB Joshua wise man Prophet Racine and wife

Prophet Racine Bousso of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) is reportedly set to wed Ruth in the United Kingdom on Valentine’s Day. on Friday, January 14 got hold of an invitation sent to the leader of the SCOAN Pastor Evelyn Joshua to the wedding.

According to the invitation, the wedding blessing will take place on Monday, February 14 at Peckforton Castle, Stone House Lane, Peckforton, Cheshire, Tarporley, UK.

The civil wedding will take place five days later, that is February 19, at Dakar, Senegal, Racine’s country.

Racine’s absence at the Lagos-based SCOAN on Sunday, January 9 had raised questions. It is now believed he left Nigeria for the UK to perfect plans for the wedding.

Sunday, January 9 was the first time he was not in church for Sunday service since the church reopened in 2021 after a 21-month COVID-19 enforced closure.

Although Racine was not in church, he posted on Instastory updates on the church’s activities to show that he was with them in spirit.

The prophet, who was one of the wise men of the church’s late founder Prophet TB Joshua, has been an integral part of the post-Joshua era in SCOAN.

Racine is yet to make a public announcement of the upcoming wedding which could see him unite with his former colleagues at SCOAN including wise man Daniel Emelandu, Apostle John Chi Meh, wise man Harry, wise man Christopher Orji, and prophetesses Anne and Yinka.

The Senegalese’s wife-to-be, a white woman, is believed to be an evangelist. It was not immediately clear if they met during one of the meetings at the SCOAN.

Joshua’s church is known to attract foreigners on a regular basis. The megachurch has grown to become not just a place of worship but a tourist centre helped by Joshua’s personality.

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