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Fani-Kayode Still Proud Of TB Joshua Despite BBC Documentary Of ‘Dirty Lies’

By Gideon Ayeni



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Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has vehemently rejected the BBC documentary that levied posthumous allegations against the late televangelist, Prophet TB Joshua branding it as a web of “dirty lies.”

In the three-part expose titled “BBC Eye,” released on Monday, January 8, 2024, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) was accused of sexual assault on church members and orchestrating fabricated miracles.

A key figure in the documentary, Agomoh Paul, who identified himself as a close disciple of TB Joshua, alleged that the preacher specifically targeted Americans and Europeans for miracles, accusing him of enslaving them.

Paul disclosed, “I was very close to him. I was just like the number two in the Synagogue Church of All Nations. There are certain things he told me personally that I know many of the disciples never knew. He knows exactly what he wants to achieve. He had a special interest in the ‘Oyinbo,’ the whites.”

According to Paul, the late preacher strategically used white individuals to enhance his brand, asserting that having a white person around was considered an achievement.

Reacting to the documentary on Prophet TB Joshua, Femi Fani-Kayode who considered himself and brother of the late controversial minister, took to Twitter, expressing his firm belief in his legacy.

He defended the televangelist’s character, emphasizing the positive impact he had on numerous lives and describing him as a blessing to the church and the Christian faith in Nigeria.

Fani-Kayode debunking the claims on Prophet TB Joshua, tweeted, “No man or institution can destroy it with dirty lies: not even the BBC! Continue to rest in peace brother and thanks for being such a blessing to the Church, the Christian faith, humanity and our beloved nation Nigeria. We are and shall always be very proud of you.”

See his post below; reports that Prophet TB Joshua passed away in June 2021 at the age of 57, leaving a legacy that continues to stir discussions and emotions which the intervention by Femi Fani-Kayode may not have been
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