TB Joshua’s disciple Daniel Emelandu hits 100,000 YouTube subscribers

TB Joshua wise man Daniel Emelandu

Wise man Daniel Emelandu, a disciple of the late Prophet TB Joshua, now has 100,000 YouTube subscribers.

The clergyman, who runs his own church called The Everlasting Light of Hope International Ministry (The ELOHIM), after leaving the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), expressed excitement on reaching the milestone in a post to Instagram on Friday.

He said, “Elohim! Mighty God lives in us! This is our calvary greetings here at Elohim ministry. Wow! Wiseman Daniel Ministries have just reached 100k subscribers. It can only be God! Thank you viewers, partners and supporters of Elohim Ministries.”

Emelandu prayed for his partners and supporters, requesting their continuous support to his church.

“We shouldn’t have made it without your supports and prayers. Always remember that you made it possible for us to get there. And I know that you will continue to be there for us. We really appreciate your efforts and supports, no matter how little it is, we really appreciate it.

“We want to say, ‘A big thank you’ to all of you, who have been there for us. May the good Lord, whose name is Elohim, continue to be your keeper, supporter and blessing provider. Your source will never dry. Keep it up. God bless you all big time,” he added.

Nearly 500 videos have been published on Emelandu’s YouTube page. He streams his Sunday service live to the public.

Many of Joshua’s disciples, of which Emelandu is one, are currently making progress in their various callings.

Earlier in January 2022, Prophetess Yinka Olugbenga announced she now had 10,000 followers on YouTube.

Known for short as Prophetess Yinka, she is a former senior member of SCOAN and still holds Joshua dear to her heart.

Related posts

TB Joshua’s former disciple Prophetess Yinka embarks on charity work


NDLEA linking me to drugs made me feel low — Obi Cubana


Peter Obi commiserates with Makinde, Oyo people over Alao-Akala’s death


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: