TB Joshua: I saw female disciples go to his room. They were going away for hours – According to Ajoke

TB Joshua: I saw female disciples go to his room. They were going away for hours - According to Ajoke

A very unsettling story of abuse, torture, and treachery within the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan), once headed by the late megachurch leader TB Joshua, has been made public by the BBC. Joshua is charged with planning widespread sexual offenses, such as tying up and torturing his daughter Ajoke. Ajoke was ultimately left homeless on the streets of Lagos, Nigeria, as a result of these mistreatment, according to the BBC. At the age of 27, Ajoke has courageously revealed the truth about her father’s church, becoming the first whistleblower to do so. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Ajoke, who has dropped her surname “Joshua,” is currently living in hiding, with her identity protected by the BBC. The accusations against TB Joshua extend over almost two decades, revealing a disturbing pattern of widespread abuse and torture. The BBC conducted interviews with more than 25 former disciples from various countries, including the UK, Nigeria, the US, South Africa, Ghana, Namibia, and Germany. These individuals provided compelling testimony, sharing their experiences or witnessing sexual abuse within the confines of Scoan.

Ajoke’s nightmare began at the age of seven when she was suspended from school after a local journalist revealed her as the alleged illegitimate child of TB Joshua.

Pulled out of school, she was thrust into the disciples’ room, an elite group living under strict rules within the Scoan compound.

I saw female disciples go up to his room. They were going away for hours. I was hearing things: ‘Oh this happened to me.

He tried sleeping with me.’ Too many people were saying the same thing,” she says.

They were forbidden to sleep for more than a few hours, denied personal communication devices, and required to address TB Joshua as “Daddy.”

As a child, Ajoke resisted conforming to the rules, refusing to stand up for the pastor and challenging the strict sleeping orders.

This resistance marked the beginning of her abuse. She was beaten for wetting the bed and forced to carry a sign around the compound declaring her as a bed wetter. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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