TB Joshua, the late cleric’s former employee, has rushed to the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN)’s defense after the BBC released a damning investigative documentary accusing him of multiple atrocities. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
The former employee, who requested anonymity when speaking to Saturday Punch, claimed that TB Joshua was well-known for his charitable deeds and that she was among those who benefited from them.
She claimed that the accusers in the BBC documentary were the people who made things difficult for the beneficiaries when TB Joshua approved funds for people.
Speaking further, she said that when TB Joshua approved money to be given to someone for school fees, there was a high chance that the money would not get to the person because of the people in charge.
She said, “No one needed school fees and it got to him and he didn’t provide. Some of the people who took part in that (BBC) interview were people who made the process difficult.
“If he approved money to be given to someone as school fees and it went through them (the accusers), there was a 90 percent chance that the real beneficiary would not get the full amount, that is if they would get any at all.
“My first-year school fees came from him. Some of those people accusing him were the ones who didn’t let me get the full sum I was supposed to get. He gave me N95,000 cash but I didn’t get the others because of the people who were in charge.”
BBC had released a documentary accusing the late TB Joshua of several atrocities which included abuse of women, physical torture, forced abortions and staging of fake miracles.
Since the release of the documentary which BBC claimed took them two years to carry out, several people have been coming out to give different takes about their encounters with the late pastor. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>