The Purpose of BBC Documentary on Prophet TB JoshuaSubtitle: A Response from Apostle Dr. Elijah Kofi King

In recent times, the BBC aired a documentary that claimed to expose the alleged wrongdoing of Prophet TB Joshua. This documentary has sparked controversy and raised questions about the motives behind such an exposé. Apostle Dr. Elijah Kofi King, a respected figure within the Christian community, shares his thoughts on the matter and sheds light on the possible intentions behind the documentary.

The Power of Financial Influence:
Apostle Dr. Elijah Kofi King begins by addressing the financial power that the BBC wields. He suggests that the BBC may have used this power to influence some disciples of Prophet TB Joshua to speak against him. He questions the credibility of these claims, particularly the allegation of rape for 20 years, and points out the inconsistency of someone staying in a situation like that without seeking help or reporting it to the authorities.

Attacking the Legacy of a Black Leader:
The Apostle further delves into his belief that the attack on Prophet TB Joshua is not merely an attack on an individual but on the black race as a whole. He argues that TB Joshua was a hero who had made significant contributions to Nigeria, particularly in the field of tourism. According to Dr. King, the BBC’s motive behind tarnishing his name is to diminish the legacy of a black man who was highly respected and sought after by people from all over the world.

Questioning the Focus:
Dr. King expresses his confusion over why the documentary chose to focus on the alleged wrongdoings of Prophet TB Joshua without acknowledging the numerous positive actions he had taken. He highlights TB Joshua’s philanthropic efforts, such as providing aid and assistance to areas affected by natural disasters. The Apostle wonders why these acts of kindness were not given equal attention.

The Need for Evidence and Fairness:
Apostle Dr. Elijah Kofi King emphasizes the importance of evidence and fairness when discussing any allegations against a person. He reminds his audience that he has no personal connection to Prophet TB Joshua and did not attend his church while he was alive. However, he believes that accusing a deceased person without concrete evidence is unjust and does not allow for a fair defense.

The Bigger Picture:
In his concluding remarks, Dr. King urges his followers not to engage in baseless accusations against any man of God. He warns against becoming judges and emphasizes the need to leave judgment to God. The Apostle also draws attention to the wealth and fame present in other parts of the world and questions why similar investigations are not conducted there. He argues that the focus on African leaders and spiritual figures is a deliberate attempt to undermine their influence and impact on the world.

The BBC documentary on Prophet TB Joshua has raised important questions about the motives behind such exposés. Apostle Dr. Elijah Kofi King believes that financial power and a desire to diminish the legacy of African leaders played a significant role in the production of this documentary. He calls for fairness, evidence, and a deeper examination of the positive contributions made by individuals like TB Joshua. Ultimately, Dr. King urges his followers to focus on lifting each other up rather than tearing one another down.