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“TB Joshua didn’t walk in the footsteps of Christ” – Nigerian Journalist breaks silence

Nigerian broadcast journalist and media personality Sandra Ezekwesili has attacked the legacy of the late Prophet TB Joshua. She called him an irresponsible leader who was toxic and exploitative.

Sandra Ezekwesili took to her official Twitter handle to call out the ministry of the late Prophet TB Joshua. According to her, Joshua was an irresponsible leader who did not walk in the footsteps of Christ.

She wrote, “I said what I said. Man was irresponsible as a leader, did not walk in the footsteps of Christ. And his ministry was toxic and exploitative. Death doesn’t erase that. I had nothing good to say about him while he lived, I won’t start now because he is dead,” she continued.

As a reminder, televangelist and preacher TB Joshua died on Saturday, 5th June 2021. He was the founder and leader of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN). The cause of his death remains unknown as of today although multiple sources are citing stroke.

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