Faking of Miracles: What TB Joshua’s Former Number 2 Agomoh Paul Said About Him

Faking of Miracles: What TB Joshua’s Former Number 2 Agomoh Paul Said About Him

  • The documentary on the life of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua released by the BBC is sending a serious wave
  • In the documentary, his former right-hand man, Agomoh Paul, recounted the mysterious operations of the late prophet
  • He stated that all his miracles were orchestrated and pre-planned down to the video recording

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A recent three-episode investigative series conducted by the BBC has unearthed revelations from ex-members shedding light on the activities within the Synagogue Church of All Nations.

According to one former close associate of the late Prophet TB Joshua featured in the documentary, they were tasked to record all the miracles performed by their late leader.

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The late TB Joshua passed in June 2023
The man said TB Joshua asked cameramen to record everything. Photo credit: YouTube/BBC African Eye/Twitter/TB Joshua
Source: UGC

Agomoh Paul, the late pastor's close associate, alleged that the prophet allocated over 90% of the funds generated to produce VHS videos.

In his words, he said:

"That guy [was] a genius," says Agomoh Paul, a man once regarded as Joshua's number two in the church, who left after 10 years in the compound.
"Everything… [he did was] planned out."

A significant aspect of the strategy involved fabricating "miracles," according to Paul, who claims to have supervised this process.

He and additional informants asserted that individuals who were seemingly "cured" were frequently compensated to feign or exaggerate their symptoms before the purported healing occurred.

Allegations of drugging disciples, miracle seekers

As reported by BBC, it is alleged that individuals were administered drugs or medication without their knowledge to enhance their conditions while attending church.

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Subsequently, they were persuaded to provide testimonials about their recovery.

Furthermore, some individuals were falsely informed that they had tested positive for HIV/AIDS.

They were then led to believe they had miraculously become virus-free thanks to Joshua's interventions.

Jim Iyke addresses viral 2013 encounter in TB Joshua’s church

Meanwhile, Nollywood actor Jim Iyke has once again spoken on the encounter he had in Pastor TB Joshua’s church in 2013.

In a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, Iyke recounted all that went down at the church until he forgot himself.

During the interview, the actor noted that he did not believe he was the one in the videos that went viral and added that the world is very deep.

Source: Legit.ng

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