- Prophet TB Joshua raped, trapped me for 14 years, says another woman
Prophet TB Joshua raped, trapped me for 14 years, says another woman
SouthEaastPost Jul 2, 2019 51 Views
Another woman has accused Prophet TB Joshua of rapping and trapping her in his Synagogue Church of All Nations for 14 years. This currently trending on social media.
Bisola Hephzi-bah Johnson, an activist, made the allegation when she joined protesters who marched to the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, COZA, to protest alleged rape of another woman by the Pastor of the church, Biodun Fatoyinbo.
Before Madam Johnson's allegation, another Lady, Vicki Royce had earlier accused Joshua of allegedly raping her in a guest house in Ikotun Logos on the guise of praying for her.
Busola, wife of Timi Dakolo, a singer, had accused Fatoyinbo, founder of COZA, of raping her when she was a teenager, prompting the protesters to ask Fatoyinbo to step down until he was cleared of the allegations.
Johnson said she was trapped in Joshua’s church for 14 years before “the Lord set me free,” just as Vicki Royce accused Joshua of giving her some oil to rub on her private part before violating her as 19 year old virgin.
“This is not the time for making up (stories), this is the time to address. I am talking on behalf of other girls that are still in the captivity of TB Joshua. 8 years old, 14 years old and 11 years old, they are still there.
“Yes. I can say it because they have money, connections, they can put people down. Enough is enough, if he thinks I am lying, he can contest it in court.
“I was sexually molested by T.B Joshua. I was trapped in the synagogue for 14-years of my life. I spent my youth in the synagogue until God set me free. If not for God, I will not be here today and I have documented it in book form,” Johnson said.
When TheCable contacted the church via a telephone line on it website, the person who answered the call said Joshua was not available to speak.
Meanwhile, a video of women saying good things about Joshua is also circulating on social media. The televangelist is known for philanthropy. Some of the women in the video narrated how they have benefitted from the generosity of Joshua.