BBC documentary: Cameraman of late TB Joshua exposes him about his miracles

One of the shocking revelations that is generating lots of reactions among social media users currently is all about the late Nigerian preacher, Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua of SCOAN, who has been accused of many things during his days on earth.

On January 8, 2024, the BBC released a three-part investigation documentary aimed at exposing the atrocities, rape, staged miracles, torture, rituals, killings and sexual abuse by the pastor.

According to BBC Africa Eye, the mastermind of the documentary, the renowned Nigerian televangelist took part in many shocking happenings, as alleged by dozens of ex-followers of the charismatic preacher.

His cameraman, who worked with him at SCOAN, was one of those who decided to speak out and recount how miracles performed by the pastor were recorded.

A close associate of the late pastor, identified as Paul Agomoh in the BBC report, TB Joshua, instructed them to record every miracle at the church.

He made a bold claim that the prophet invested more than 90% of all the money generated in making VHS videos.

TB Joshua’s mega church

TB Joshua’s church was the biggest tourist attraction in Nigeria. It was revealed by Africa Fact Zone that at least 6 out of every 10 foreigners coming into the country were headed for his church.

The Synagogue of All Nations (SCOAN) had over 6 million Facebook followers and 1 million YouTube subscribers before it was suspended in 2021.

Due to his miraculous works, the church became so big to the extent that it attracted 2 million visitors a year.


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