Uproar as BBC releases documentary on ‘fake miracles’, ‘sexual crimes’, committed by late TB Joshua on workers (Video) 

BBC Africa is set to unveil a 3 part documentary exposing the alleged atrocities and sexual crimes committed by late Nigerian Prophet T.B Joshua, on some of his workers.

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The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Africa, is set to release a 3-part investigative documentary detailing the atrocities and sexual crimes committed by the Late general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Temitope Balogun Joshua, better known as Prophet TB Joshua.

The Documentary is set to premiere from the 8th of January 2023 according to the media giant, African division. 

In the trailer of the extensive documentary, seen by Dockaysworld, multiple alleged victims whom he abused could be seen narrating their ordeal in the hands of the prophet. 

The 3-part documentary revealed the clandestine lifestyle of the now-deceased founder of SCOAN. 

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It detailed stories of abuse, harassment, r@pe, manipulation, and staged miracles with testimonies from over 30 former members and workers of the church.  

According to BBC Africa, the church knew about all the allegations but never investigated them. 

His sexual crime was said to have spanned a period of over two decades.

Recall prophet TB Joshua, died on June 5, 2021 to the surprise of his followers and Christians worldwide. 

TB Joshua was embroiled in a lot of controversies during his time on earth however, there was never concrete proof to back up the allegations.

Watch trailer below:



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