Two children who lost their father, a South African, in 2014 TB Joshua’s church guest-house’s collapse have dragged the Synagogue founder before a Lagos State High Court.
Six-year-old Nora Furah Wa Kalambaie and her three-year-old brother Bulungu Malaika Wa Kalambaie joined Registered Trustees of Synagogue, Jadny Trust Limited, Hardrock Construction and Engineering Company, Lagos State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice and the state Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development in the suit.
They are seeking an order directing Joshua and other defendants to pay them R8, 772,000 as cost and damages for the death of their father, Kalambaie Wa Kalambaie.
In 12 September 2014, a six-storey guesthouse belonging to SCOAN, collapsed in the church premises in Lagos killing at least 116 people, 84 of them South Africans.
And after 10 months of sitting, Lagos State coroner Oyetade Komolafe, concluded with a call for the Synagogue Church of All Nations, and the church building engineers to be prosecuted.