Nigerian Actress Recounts Encounter With TB Joshua, Speaks On BBC Report

Nollywood actress, Ronke Ojo, also known as Oshodi-Oke, has dismissed recent allegations against the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, TB Joshua.

On Monday, the BBC released a documentary featuring purported eyewitness testimonies of rape, fraudulent miracles, torture, and forced abortions allegedly attributed to the deceased prophet.

Ronke Ojo shared a video on her Instagram account on Friday, January 12, to recount her encounter with the late clergyman.

She said: “I want to tell the world what the late Senior Prophet TB Joshua did for me and my daughter. Initially, I don’t believe in prophecy, I am not that kind of person because there are so many scammers out there.

“But when I went to church that fateful day, my daughter had Asthma, to God be the glory, he delivered her.

“Something came out of her mouth which I didn’t believe, and my junior sister experienced something similar. That was when I started going to TB Joshua’s church.

“Apart from that, he was a nice man to me and my family. I just want people to know that for me, he is a nice man and a man of God.”



One thought on “Nigerian Actress Recounts Encounter With TB Joshua, Speaks On BBC Report

  1. BBC is a bargage of satanic weapon,did you ask yourself if the BBC and British really love Nigeria and African?All they are after is a survival through their negative news and i am sorry for the buyers.We at synagogue had seen more attack than these in the time past.ThankGod for using BBC to advertise synagogue again.Free advert you know.

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