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Emmanuel TV, led by the late TB Joshua, to cease operations following the BBC expose

By Majesty 2 Min Read

In the coming days, Emmanuel TV viewers will no longer be able to watch the channel after years of existence as the station gets ready to shut down on some TV platforms.

The channel will no longer be available on MultiChoice’s DSTV and GOtv platforms. It was founded by the late Nigerian televangelist Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly known as TB Joshua.

The huge pan-African TV network announced that it will be removing Emmanuel TV from both platforms. Emmanuel TV will also no longer be broadcast on StarSat and other pay-TV platforms.

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In the documentary, which was based on the testimonies of former churchgoers from all over the world, the late televangelist was accused of subjecting his followers to horrific violations of their human rights.

In the videos GhanaWeb was able to watch, a few of Joshua’s “victims” went into great detail about the allegedly horrifying experiences they had.

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Most of them spoke with great agony, but a few cried and said, among other things, that they thought Joshua was abusing them directly and that a lot of other people were also victims.

Several of the victims, who were also close friends of Johsua, spoke of his greed, his capacity for controlling his supporters, and his acknowledged promise to avenge the wrongs of colonialism.

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