The preacher, who died in June after a church programme, was buried at the Synagogue Church on July 29.
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The church had been locked since Joshua's death. It was, however, reopened for his week-long funeral which began on July 5 and ended on July 11.
Following a report published by ThisDay that the church was having difficulty finding a successor, the church said in a statement on Thursday that the rumours were untrue.
It said that the contents of the article regarding an alleged ‘succession battle’ are completely false and should not be taken seriously.
The church further said it is a gathering of sons and daughters of love and shall continue to act in love according to the instructions laid down by Prophet TB Joshua.
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