Flexer Gh, a musician from Ghana who aspires to be a politician, attacked the BBC for a recent documentary it made criticizing the late prophet T.B. Joshua.
Early on Monday morning, the BBC broadcast a three-part documentary detailing the accounts of multiple ex-members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, five of whom were British, who accused the late Nigerian TB Joshua of crimes such as r*pe and forced abortions.
In addition, T.B. Joshua was charged with cruelty and abuse, performing fake healings, and leading a ministry that resembled a cult.
On social media, the charges gained traction and provoked contentious discussions.
While many accepted the charges, others steadfastly supported the man of God and upheld his honour.
Ghanaian musician Flexer Gh has criticised the BBC and supported T.B. Joshua.
Flexer posted the following on his Instagram page: “@bbcnews is losing credibility by attempting to damage Prophet Tb Joshua’s reputation and image.”
Check out his post below…