TB JOSHUA: Ex-disciple “How I Went Into Hiding For 8yrs After I Attempt To Expose Late TB Joshua’s Activities”

TB JOSHUA: SCOAN Finally Reacts To The BBC's Report Regarding TB Joshua, Their Late Founder

Punch reports that Paul Agomoh, a former follower of the late Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, also referred to as TB Joshua, revealed that he fled for almost eight years after making an effort to reveal the late pastor’s actions. This information comes after a 150-minute BBC Africa Eye investigative piece titled “Disciples: The Cult of TB Joshua.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Agomoh, who claimed to be the first prophet under the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), spoke to journalists after the screening of the report in Abuja. He detailed his decade-long association with SCOAN from 1995 to 2006, highlighting his struggles and pursuit by loyalists of TB Joshua who viewed his revelations as blasphemy.

“I released a video with Sister Bisola, ‘The Deception of the Age.’ When I left there, the incident that led to my leaving is not a story I can finish here. It is a terrible experience. I decided to leave. When I left, I could not sleep, I could not rest. The burden was so much on me. I had to move out with the help of some pastors in ministry, and my friends,” Agomoh explained.

He revealed that for eight years, he refrained from any public or ministerial activities due to constant pursuit, running from Cotonou to Lagos and even Ghana. Agomoh began gradually resurfacing three years ago.

While the Archbishop of the African Church, Abuja, Peter Ogunmuyiwa, acknowledged the investigative report, he emphasized that it wasn’t an indictment on the church but rather on the late TB Joshua. Ogunmuyiwa urged the government to enact legislation to regulate churches and license seminaries to ensure well-trained and recognized ministers. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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