Woman Claims to be Unwanted Daughter of TB Joshua

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A woman identified as Ajoke has asserted that she is one of the biological daughters of the late Prophet TB Joshua, revealing mistreatment by the late cleric. In an interview with BBC Africa Eye released on Monday after a two-year investigation into allegations of sexual assault, torture, and rape, Ajoke disclosed her upbringing as TB Joshua’s daughter.

“For as long as I can remember, I have been raised as TB Joshua’s daughter,” she stated. BBC Africa Eye reported that it spoke with 16 of Joshua’s former disciples who provided firsthand testimony of the alleged atrocities committed by Joshua.

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Many of the alleged victims believed they were the sole targets of assault and refrained from sharing their experiences with other disciples, as they were encouraged to report on each other.


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Former disciple Paul Agomoh, who claimed responsibility for staging miracles at Joshua’s Synagogue Church of All Nations, remarked on Ajoke’s situation, stating, “Ajoke grew inside the synagogue like an outcast.”

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Emmanuel, who opted not to disclose his surname, expressed concern, stating, “She was sent on the street like a beggar. Her dad is a multimillionaire. You know how it is to survive on the streets of Lagos? It was as good as she was given a death sentence.”

Another former disciple, Ange, asserted, “He hated her and punished her for being born. Her existence was probably the biggest threat to his reputation.”

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BBC Africa Eye reported that SCOAN did not respond to requests for comments, although it denied previous claims against Joshua, who passed away on June 5, 2021.

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