Recounting the controversy surrounding the shocking claims made against the deceased religious leader, Temitope Joshua, also known as TB Joshua, has come out in need of assistance, claiming that she has been receiving death threats from people ever since he saw her in the BBC documentary about TB Joshua. Pastor Jeremiah Omoto, the founder of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, is one of the people who has made these claims. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Additionally, the ex-aide to the late TB Joshua, identified as Bisola Johnson, while speaking in an interview with News Central TV, stated that she has been afraid to go out because the threats have been particular to her, and yet, she wasn’t the only one who featured in the documentary.
In her words, “I’ve been afraid to go out because people have been sending me a lot of threat messages, and also because Pastor Jeremiah Omoto has been saying some inciteful words against me. He said I’m an enemy of the church and that people should rise up against me, but I’m not the only one in the documentary, so I don’t know why they have been particular about me.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>