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  • Updated: January 09, 2024

SCOAN faults BBC documentary on late TB Joshua

SCOAN faults BBC documentary on late TB Joshua

The Synagogue Church of all Nations has responded to the controversial BBC documentary about its founder, the late Temitope Babatunde Joshua, popularly known as Prophet TB Joshua.

In a statement signed by its Public Affairs Director, Dare Adejumo.

In the statement SCOAN faulted the broadcasting station and its documentary, describing it as baseless and highlighting that the individuals interviewed in the report were not affiliated with the church.

It is worth noting that the BBC documentary, which was released on Monday, made news headlines with serious allegations against TB Joshua, including accusations of rape by some members.

However, SCOAN has said: “BBC World Service’s investigative unit, codenamed Africa Eye, came out this week with weird and strange episodes of atrocities against the late founder of SCOAN.”

The church emphasized that the investigation was carried out in a manner that deviated from the ethical and foundational principles of the journalism profession.

As per the church’s perspective, journalism, being a societal watchdog, necessitates the practice of fairness, balance, and objectivity to uphold its esteemed position as the fourth estate of the realm.

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