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T.B Joshua’s Daughter Ajoke shares Shocking Details Of How Her Father, Disciples Abused Her

T.B Joshua daughter ajoke
T.B Joshua's Daughter Ajoke shares Shocking Details Of How Her Father, Disciples Abused Her

Following a series of investigative documentaries released by the BBC Africa, the late leader of the Synagogue Church has been accused of heinous crimes.

Dozens of former Synagogue Church of All Nations members have alleged abuse, including rape and forced abortions, by the church’s founder TB Joshua.

The Synagogue Church of All Nations is one of the world’s biggest Christian evangelical churches.

T.B Joshua daughter ajoke

Former members who lived in the Lagos compound, with the church’s founder TB Joshua, have described being deprived of sleep and cut off from their families.

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T.B Joshua’s daughter, Ajoke, who was interviewed shared shocking details of abuse by his asserted father and his disciples.

The Synagogue Church of all Nations did not respond to the allegations when the BBC tried to reach them but said previous claims have been unfounded.

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