JUST-IN: Reactions Pour In As BBC Exposes Surprising Abuses, Manipulation, And Financial Irregularities In Late Pastor TB Joshua’s Ministry

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is set to release a 3-part investigative documentary uncovering the atrocities, sexual crimes, and financial mismanagement associated with the late Pastor Temitope Balogun Joshua, also known as TB Joshua. Scheduled to begin airing on January 8, the documentary draws on interviews with over 30 former members and workers of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN). CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The comprehensive investigation delves into the clandestine lifestyle of the SCOAN founder, disclosing stories of abuse, harassment, rape, manipulation, and staged miracles. Sources claim that the church was aware of the allegations spanning over two decades but never conducted any internal investigations.

One segment of the documentary exposes how SCOAN concealed information about the collapse of a guesthouse in 2014, manipulating its congregation with a false narrative involving an aircraft. Survivors of TB Joshua’s sexual exploitation reveal the extent of manipulation and silencing within the discipleship, recounting instances of molestation, rape, and forced abortions.

The documentary also sheds light on TB Joshua’s mistreatment and ostracism of his daughter born out of wedlock. The film captures her harrowing experience of confronting her father about sexual abuse allegations, resulting in isolation, indoctrination, and threats from the church.

Furthermore, the investigation explores how SCOAN staged and exaggerated miracles for televised broadcasts. The BBC reveals how individuals were instructed to embellish their problems for healing, creating a distorted reality that raised questions about the authenticity of the church’s practices.

The three-part documentary will air consecutively for three weeks, uncovering the dark side of TB Joshua’s ministry. In addition to the BBC investigation, previous reports highlight allegations of financial mismanagement and abuse within SCOAN. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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