Revealed: TB Joshua Died Days After Victim Granted BBC Interview on Documentary

A series of video documentaries released by the BBC on the atrocities of Prophet TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN) reveals that the late preacher died a few days after one of his victims granted a BBC interview in South Africa.

The preacher who was 57 at the time, died in Lagos on the evening June 6, 2021 shortly after concluding a programme at his church in Lagos, Nigeria.

It was not clear if the preacher got wind of the BBC documentary on him before his death but the recent videos released revealed that he passed on days after of his victims granted an interview with the BBC bothering on sexual abuse, torture and manipulations.

BBC Interview Videos Share New Light on Preacher

The videos by the BBC on Joshua bring to light accusations of sexual abuses, manipulations, coverups, fake miracles and torture of staff members and worshippers at SCOAN.

Victims who spoke with the BBC included members of his church choir, a select group of followers called disciples and domestic staff members. They were of Nigerian, British, South African and American descents.

One of his former staff, identified as Bisola said Joshua would ask her to bring virgin girls to him and would defile these ladies in his room in the church mansion. Another former staff said Joshua had them arrange miracles faked to deceive the public.

TB Joshua’s Fake Prophecies on Coronavirus

In February, 2020 during the peak of the Coronavirus pandemic, Joshua prophesied that the coronavirus pandemic would end on the 27th of March, 2020.

Joshua repeated in another video that it would rain and wash off the pandemic leading to its end. This never came to pass.

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