Nigerian singer, Victor Adere, popularly known as Victor AD, has defended the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, over recent allegations against him following the BBC documentary on the life of the late Man of God.
He acknowledged how his family was healed countless times by the man of God and maintained that the Legacy of TB Joshua would live on .
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Monday, January 8, released a documentary of alleged eyewitness accounts of rape, fake miracles, torture, and forced abortions committed by the late prophet.
In a post via X, Victor AD recounted how God used TB Joshua to heal him of skin disease at age six, restored the hand of his mother and healed his sister from blindness.
He noted that the late clergyman did many good deeds to them, including giving them shelter and food when they were homeless.
He wrote: “Prophet TB Joshua fake ke? Person wey God use heal me from skin disease at the age of 6, restored my mums hand that was supposed to be amputated due to gunshot wound, or is it my sister that got healed from blindness during her primary school days. So many wonderful deeds!!
“Which of these are fake or staged? When my family and I were homeless he gave us shelter and fed us.
“God is not a man. say whatever you like. E no go change God from being God #tbjoshualegacyliveson