The dark secrets of televangelist TB Joshua’s cult

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Perpetrators of abuse often isolate their victims, stopping them from interacting with the general population and restraining them from deciphering the extensive system of oppression in the relationship.

Televangelist, creator of Emmanuel TV and founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan), TB Joshua mesmerised thousands of congregants for 30 years.

He exploited the desperation of his audience with televised ‘miracles’, claiming to cure terminal illnesses.

He founded Scoan in 1987 at Ikotun in the Northwest of Lagos, Nigeria. He strategically located it near Ikeja, where the Murtala Muhammed International Airport is.

This was to capitalise on the thousands of foreign visitors flying into Lagos.

TB Joshua had a huge presence on social media platforms as well. His YouTube channel had over one million subscribers.

In 2011, Forbes magazine listed him as Nigeria’s third wealthiest evangelist.

But behind the facade of this charismatic evangelist was a hypocrite who operated a cult anchored on manipulation, coercive control and sexual violence.

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