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.
BBC, on Monday, released a documentary of alleged eyewitness accounts of rape, fake miracles, torture, and forced abortions allegedly committed by the late prophet.
Ojo, in a video shared on her Instagram page on Friday, recounted her encounter with the late clergyman, insisting he was a nice and good man.
The actress said TB Joshua miraculously healed her daughter of Asthma when they visited his church.
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.”
A pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Debo Akinyemi, in an interview, claimed that TB Joshua made childless couples exchange spouses.
Speaking on the scandal via a write-up published by ChurchTimes, Adeyemi shared his encounter with the late prophet.
The pastor disclosed that he worked in a weekly newspaper called ‘The Exclusive’, which was owned by the clergyman.
He explained that during the short time he worked with TB Joshua, he noticed that married couples who were trying to conceive swapped partners among themselves.
Akinyemi claimed that Joshua did this so the couple would be able to have children.
He stated that after the swap, many people who were childless would start having children with their new partners.
TB Joshua Healed My Daughter of Asthma, Ronke Ojo Defends Clergyman Accused of Fake Miracles
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
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