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TB Joshua: Activist knocks BBC, says documentary completely misplaced

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Human rights activist and author Comrade Paul Njoku, has berated British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) over the release of the three part investigative documentary on late millionaire Pastor, TB Joshua and founder of Synagogue Church of All Nation.

An investigative documentary by the British paper had revealed the alleged atrocities and sexual crimes committed by the cleric.

Various sources and victims of the said abuse in the documentary told BBC what they went through while serving as a disciple of the late Yoruba pastor in his church.

But Comrade Paul in a statement he made available to NewsBand Newspaper while dismissing the documentary, said it could only make sense if the media outlet can bring back TB Joshua to life for interfaces, investigation and prosecution.

He wondered why BBC which has been in the front burner of championing gay union and same sex practices in Africa hasn’t deemed it necessary to document the flame of insecurity and unbridled corruption in Nigeria including how Africans were looted, raped and under-developed by the British government.

The statement by activist Paul reads, “The BBC team has again demonstrated her allergy of defamation on an African Pastor, T.B Joshua.

“I need the BBC to document other Pastors of the world who are still alive with open but perceived atrocious practices.

“I can only take them seriously if they can bring back TB Joshua to life for interfaces, investigation and prosecution.

“The BBC that indirectly champions gay union and same sex practices in Africa hasn’t documented the flame of insecurity and unbridled corruption in Nigeria including how Africans were looted, raped and under-developed by the British.

“They do not report the reality instead filters in shapes of defamation against a man in his grave who at the moment can’t be seen to defend himself upon prosecution.

“I don’t care whatever denigration they wanted to push to their targeted audience to believe against TB. Joshua, the assumption is quite akin to the descriptions or definition of agenda-setting theory which states that it is the media that gives importance or saliency to its topics as the more likely the media focuses on certain issues, the more likely the public perceive such issue as important and therefore demand action.

“The question remains who are they going to take action against? Is it going to be an action against the dead or the Joshua family or the church building or the church congregation?

“This could be considered as one of the materials targeted to bring down the image of Africans and reduce the quality and belief of christaindom in Africa.

“We shall push all perceived falsehood back to the BBC News Africa and tell them to stop the modern mental slavery in African Penticostalism and religion.

“The BBC allegations against TB Joshua should be totally ignored by all and sundry and the world at large till TB Joshua is brought back to life to face interrogation and prosecution by the BBC and the victims.

“I ask again, where were the BBC when TB Joshua was alive?”

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