BBC Investigation Disclose Late Nigerian Pastor, TB Joshua’s Atrocities, Life Of Abuse, Harassment

BBC Investigation Disclose Late Nigerian Pastor, TB Joshua’s Atrocities, Life Of Abuse, Harassment of

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is set to air a three-part investigative series detailing the alleged crimes and atrocities done by the late Pastor Temitope Balogun Joshua, also known as TB Joshua, according to Sahara reporters. The documentary, which is slated to premiere on January 8, is based on interviews with a minimum of thirty former members and staff members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN). It illuminates a covert way of life characterized by mistreatment, intimidation, sexual assault, deception, and fake healings. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Spanning over two decades, the sexual crimes detailed in the documentary were allegedly known to the church, yet remained uninvestigated. The documentary also explores how SCOAN shielded its congregation from the truth about the 2014 collapse of one of the church’s guesthouses. Members were misled with a false narrative that the building had been bombed, concealing the structural defects that led to its collapse.

SCOAN reportedly paid cash compensation to the families of victims, perceived as “hush money,” and allegedly instructed them not to speak to the media. Survivors of TB Joshua’s sexual exploitation recounted instances of manipulation, abuse, and rape, with some being coerced into undergoing abortions in a dingy clinic within the synagogue.

The documentary further exposes the alleged exaggeration and staging of miracles within SCOAN, where individuals were instructed to embellish their problems for healing purposes. TB Joshua’s treatment of his daughter born out of wedlock is also scrutinized, revealing claims of maltreatment, isolation, and indoctrination.

The BBC’s investigative report will be broadcast over three consecutive weeks, offering a detailed examination of the accusations against the late pastor. The documentary explores not only the alleged sexual crimes but also the broader issues of manipulation, cover-ups, and deceptive practices within SCOAN. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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