Nigerian Lady Challenges BBC Documentary, Opens Up on Positive Experience with Late TB Joshua, Denying Allegations Made by Former Disciples

Cameroonian Resident Disputes BBC Documentary on TB Joshua

In a compelling response to the recent BBC documentary on the late Prophet TB Joshua, Chi Odette, a Nigerian lady residing in Cameroon, has come forward to challenge the information presented.

Disputing the claims made by some of his former disciples, Chi Odette shared her personal experiences during her visit to the Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in 2017.

Transparent and Authentic Encounters at SCOAN

Contrary to the allegations made by former disciples in the documentary, Chi Odette emphasized that her encounter with Prophet TB Joshua was nothing short of transparent and authentic.

She had traveled from Cameroon to worship at SCOAN and insisted that the late prophet could not have committed the acts he was accused of.

Invited to Join Church Workforce

During her visit to the church, Chi Odette claimed to have been invited to join the church workforce due to her proximity to the area.

She expressed that everything she witnessed during her time at the SCOAN was open and not hidden, countering the assertions of secrecy made by some former members.

Personal Testimony Countering Secrecy Allegations

“This is my personal experience of working with this great man of God; the stories are out there; anyone can choose what to believe,” Chi Odette stated.

She described how TB Joshua prayed for her and vehemently denied the allegations that former disciples were coerced or forced into joining the church workforce.

Transparent Church Practices and Denial of Coercion

Chi Odette detailed her account, highlighting that when she decided to return to Cameroon, no one attempted to stop her or exert pressure on her to continue as a member of the church workforce.

Her testimony stands in stark contrast to the narratives presented in the BBC documentary.

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