A gripping three-part investigative documentary on alleged atrocities and sexual crimes committed by Church Leaders and Members will appear on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The documentary, which is slated for publication on January 8, includes interviews with more than thirty former church members and staff personnel.
The exposé explores the covert ways in which a church leader lived, disclosing accounts of more than two decades of abuse, harassment, rape, manipulation, and faked miracles.
The comprehensive inquiry conducted by the BBC is expected to reveal the truth underlying the problems involving this clergyman.
A maze of manipulation. Unimaginable atrocities. One of the most powerful religious figures of the 21st century.
Three films. One podcast. Coming tomorrow.
Nothing stays hidden forever.
— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) January 7, 2024
Sources told the BBC that the church knew about all the allegations but never investigated them. They alleged the sexual crime spanned over two decades.
StechiteGist Media reports that Joshua died on June 5, 2021.
As part of the investigation, the BBC interviewed at least 30 former members and workers of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).
The first installment of the documentary is scheduled to be released on January 8.