Your Documentary About T.B Joshua Is a Total Trash – Kumchacha To BBC


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Nicholas Osei, often known as Kumchacha, is the founder and leader of Heaven’s Gate Ministries. He has aimed at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for the scheduling of a documentary about the late Prophet T.B. Joshua that includes serious accusations.

He claims that because the prophet is no longer with us, the BBC documentary revealing the serious accusations made against him was released at the wrong moment.
He said that T.B. Joshua would have addressed the accusations made by those connected to him during his ministry if the documentary had been released while he was still living.
He gave the example of a Ghanaian pastor who was remanded into police jail for three months after his daughter made false claims, sparking outrage from the public.

“BBC is a complete scam. I’m speaking with authority when I ask why you would disclose it at this time. Why wasn’t the documentary released during T.B. Joshua’s lifetime? Why now, when it’s been, what, three years after his death? It’s troubling because he could have addressed the accusations if it had been made public sooner. Your biological sibling may level unfounded charges against you in this realm, from which you will never be able to defend yourself.”A pastor known as “Jesus One Touch” was accused of rape by his daughter. After being sent on remand for three years, but after investigations, his innocence was established. However, before that, Ghanaians severely criticized him. My question is, “Why now, given all the accusations in the documentary?” Kumchacha erupted.

His remarks follow the broadcast of a BBC program that exposed purported misdeeds within the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), which was presided over by the late Prophet T.B. Joshua.

The documentary, which has sparked a lot of discussion, describes examples of sexual abuse, rape accusations, and miracle manipulation within the SCOAN.
Divergent opinions have been expressed in response to the documentary; while some have chastised the prophet, others have doubted the accuracy of the charges leveled against the departed man of God.