BBC Documentary Accuses The Late TB Joshua of Dark Deeds

Remember Prophet T.B Joshua? The man who filled stadiums with prayer, promised miracles, and claimed to speak with God? Well, a recent BBC documentary, titled “Disciples: The Cult of TB Joshua,” has thrown a bombshell on his legacy.

Temitope Balogun Joshua, better known as TB Joshua, was a Nigerian preacher and the founder of the megachurch, Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

For many, TB Joshua was a beacon of hope. His Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) drew thousands, seeking healing and blessings. His TV show, Emmanuel TV, beamed his powerful sermons across the globe. But now, a dark shadow hangs over his legacy.

The BBC documentary, titled “Disciples: The Cult of TB Joshua,” paints a disturbing picture. Former followers and church workers allege years of abuse, both physical and mental. They claim TB Joshua held them captive, subjecting them to beatings, starvation, and even sexual assault.

The documentary also casts doubt on the church’s famous miracles. Former insiders claim they were staged, with actors pretending to be healed. This adds another layer of shock to the story, shaking the faith of many who believed in TB Joshua’s divine powers.

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It’s important to remember that these are just allegations and TB Joshua’s family and SCOAN have strongly denied them. Many even claimed the documentation is false as TB Joshua is not alive to tackle these allegations. The documentary which involved testimonies of multiple witnesses has sparked outrage and ignited a heated debate in Nigeria and beyond.

One thing is clear: the story of TB Joshua is far from over. The BBC’s exposé has opened a can of worms, leaving many questions unanswered. Whether the allegations are true remains to be seen.

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