One of the former disciples of late Prophet TB Joshua and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Wise Man Harry has refuted the allegations made against the preacher in a BBC documentary that featured alleged victims of atrocities allegedly committed by Joshua at his megachurch building in Lagos, Nigeria.
Wise Man Harry made defended Joshua in a video posted on his Youtube channel on January 12. In the video, Harry was addressing his congregation at a branch of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in Thessalonica, Greece.
The BBC released a three-part documentary featuring victims who accused the late preacher of engaging in various atrocities at SCOAN while deceiving the public with fake miracles and charity.
Harry claimed that the preacher was hardly alone while alive and was always seen in the company of an elite group of servants known as the five-storey brothers. He said that it was therefore impossible for women to have met with the prophet in his apartment in the church edifice as such women would have been spotted by the 5-storey brothers.
Harry said this to dismiss the allegations of sexual abuse by the late preacher made by alleged victims who appeared on the BBC documentary.
Harry further explained that he was one of the five-storey brothers, along with Wise Man Daniel, Wise man Christopher, Wise Man Rascind and Wise Man Jonsen.
Wise Man Daniel Refutes Allegations Made on the BBC Documentary on TB Joshua
In a similar tone, another ex-disciple of TB Joshua has also claimed that the allegations made on the BBC documentary against the late preacher was made by disciples who were sent out of SCOAN for misbehaving.
Daniel said that Joshua was a good man with a good heart who has been betrayed by those he helped.
TB Joshua died in June, 2021 after anchoring a prayer event at SCOAN. The BBC claims his death came days after victims gave first set of interviews for the released documentary.