Prophet TB Joshua, the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, has come under fire after a BBC documentary claimed he staged most of his miracles at the church and committed repeated S3xual offenses.
Several well-known victims and former followers of the late televangelist described their terrifying experiences while attending the church in a three-part documentary. Since the BBC documentary’s release, their claims have generated a ferocious online debate.
Victor AD, however, has sharply criticized the BBC biography of the deceased televangelist.
Victor AD reminisced about his family’s individual experiences at SCOAN, relating how, at the age of six, he overcame a skin disease, how a gunshot wound from a robbery healed his mother’s hand, and how his sister’s sight returned following a meeting with Joshua.
The 30-year-old artist vehemently defended Joshua, insisting that his family’s experiences with miracles were not staged.
He underlined Joshua’s real influence on their lives, including the fact that he gave them food and shelter when they were homeless.
In expressing his disbelief at the claims against Joshua, Victor AD declared “ Fake Prophet TB Joshua, huh? The same person who, when I was six years old, healed me from a skin disease also fixed my mother’s hand, which was going to be amputated after a gunshot wound, or my sister, who was healed from blindness when she was in elementary school.
So many amazing actions! Which of these has been staged or is fake? He provided food and shelter for my family and me when we were homeless. God is not a human being. Say anything you want to say. E will not take God’s divine nature away.”