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BBC set to publish investigative documentary detailing sexual crimes of Late TB Joshua, shows victims faces



The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is set to public a 3-part investigative documentary detailing how late TB Joshua allegedly harassed women sexually.

The now-deceased SCOAN founder’s covert lifestyle was exposed in the three-part series. It told graphic tales of rape, abuse, deception, and staged healings.

The BBC was informed by sources that although the church was aware of all the accusations, it never looked into them. They said that more than 20 years passed during the sexual offense.

A segment of the video exposed how SCOAN hid the truth from its members over the 2014 collapse of one of the church’s guesthouses. A brief film of the building with what appeared to be an aircraft flying over it was presented to members on Emmanuel TV on many occasions.

“On television, they were showing us the building had been bombed,” one of the sources who lost her daughter in the collapsed building told the BBC.

“They told us don’t tell what you know,” Emmanuel, another worker at SCOAN said in the film. “They knew something was wrong with the building but they were managing it.”

SCOAN later paid the families of the victims cash as compensation which they interpreted to be “hush money”. A church worker who was part of those who handed the money to victims’ families in South Africa said TB Joshua asked that she instruct the grieving families not to speak to the media. Then, Joshua personally threatened families who refused the money,sources told the BBC.

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