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Throwback video of late T.B. Joshua proving adoption of alleged daughter, Ajoke

    Posted by on January 18, 2024,



Throwback video of late T.B. Joshua proving adoption of alleged daughter, Ajoke

Amidst the controversy trailing the late Pastor T.B. Joshua and his alleged daughter, Ajoke Godswill Joshua, a throwback confirms she’s not his biological daughter.

This followed the allegations levelled against the late preacher by the BBC including reports of sexual harassment, humiliation, and many others.

In a recent throwback video released by The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, it revealed that Ajoke is not the biological daughter of T.B. Joshua.

Just as claimed earlier by the church, the video revealed that she was truly found on the premises of the church when she was about a month old.

The police department in Ikotun was informed and her adoption was documented as seen in the released tape.

It also confirmed the theft allegations levelled against the preacher’s adopted daughter at a British school in Togo. He made one of his disciples read out loud the allegations against Ajoke and the handwriting letter she wrote to the school admitting to stealing and pleading for calm approach on the matter without involving her parents.

Watch the video below …









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