Allegations Surface Against Late TB Joshua


Three years posthumously, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Temitope Balogun (TB) Joshua, faces accusations of rape, torture, and fake miracles, according to a BBC report.

Rape and Torture Allegations by Britons

Over a two-year investigation, the BBC uncovered claims from five Britons who accused TB Joshua of rape and forced abortions within a secretive Lagos compound spanning nearly two decades.

Deception in “Miracle Healings”

The late televangelist also faced allegations of fabricating “miracle healings,” broadcasted to a global audience of millions.

Recruitment and Abuse: A Victim’s Account

One victim, a British woman named Rae, joined the church at 21, abandoning her degree in 2002. For the next 12 years, she lived as one of Joshua’s “disciples” within his intricate Lagos compound.

Grammy Ex-Chief Accusations

From Heaven to Hell: A Victim Speaks

Rae, reflecting on her time, stated, “We all thought we were in heaven, but we were in hell, and in hell, terrible things happen.” She detailed being sexually assaulted by Joshua and enduring two years of solitary confinement, leading her to attempt suicide multiple times.

SCOAN’s Location and Founder’s Death

TB Joshua, the founder of SCOAN located in the Ikotun area of Lagos State, passed away a week before his 58th birthday on June 5, 2021, shortly after conducting a service.

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