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

TB JOSHUA: SCOAN Finally Reacts To The BBC's Report Regarding TB Joshua, Their Late FounderTuesday saw a response from the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) over the BBC documentary concerning the late Temitope Balogun Joshua, a.k.a. TB Joshua, who served as the organization’s founder. The church explained that the statement was meant to address public preconceptions impacted by the report and voiced its dissatisfaction with the documentary in a statement signed by Mr. Dare Adejumo, its Public Affairs Director. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

According to The Nation, SCOAN conveyed that the BBC had compromised its principles by engaging in fictional narratives and propaganda. It suggested that the BBC had transformed into a tool for carrying out a hatchet job, resembling gangsters in the guise of journalism, with a destructive ulterior motive for personal gains against a perceived enemy.

“Only BBC can best explain why it woefully deviated from true journalism and chose to be dishing junks and feeding the public with stones called bread by its offensive and disenchanted reports of disgruntled elements. This to say the least, is insulting to our professional and public intelligence. One thing is very obvious, hundreds of BBC charades cannot rubbish the indelible footprints of TBJoshua’s legacies on earth again,” part of the statement read. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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