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Famous Nigerian televangelist TB Joshua delighted student he sponsored has graduated from Oxford with PhD in engineering

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Nigeria’s televangelist, TB Joshua, and his Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos broadcast on Saturday the graduation ceremony from Oxford of one of the students they had sponsored through out college.

Yinka Oduwole graduated from the prestigious University of Oxford with a PhD in Engineering Science.

Known in the world for miracles, prophecies and mega crusades, the Nigerian preacher is famous at home for helping the less privileged.  He had also carried out humanitarian missions around the world.

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“Are you watching Emmanuel TV? We have just finished showing the graduation ceremony of Dr Yinka Oduwole, the Nigerian student who Prophet T.B. Joshua and Emmanuel TV Partners sponsored throughout her tertiary education.

“She graduated from the prestigious University of Oxford with a PhD and she is now a Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Science! Thank You, Jesus Christ!” the church wrote on Facebook.

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