BBC advertising TB Joshua without knowing it — Prophet Fufeyin

Jeremiah Fufeyin

General overseer of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry in Warri, Delta State Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin has said that the grace of God which the late Prophet TB Joshua carried is the reason people are still talking about him after his death.

BBC recently released a documentary where several former disciples of Joshua made damning allegations against him.

Reacting to the documentary, Fufeyin said in his church that the BBC gave Joshua free advertisement.

He compared the late televangelist to the biblical prophet named Elisha whose bones came in contact with a man believed to be dead and the man came back to life.

“Because of what TB Joshua carried, the grace that he carried, that he came back again to the whole world, free advert. If you pay them they cannot do it, how many billions are you going to pay those people,” he said, referring to Joshua’s former disciples who made allegations against him in the BBC documentary.

Fufeyin posted a video of his speech on Instagram on Wednesday, January 17.

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He captioned the video, “Late Snr. Prophet TB Joshua’s legacy cannot be forgotten. TB Joshua is no longer alive but his impact will never ever be forgotten or changed from our hearts.

“He left a legacy of service and sacrifice to God’s Kingdom, which will live on for generations. His ministry is a beacon of Christ’s life and love. His divine legacy is God’s Spirit.

“Rest in Peace Great General of GOD ever appear in our generation..His seeds are spread all over the world 🌎Thank you for promoting our late Snr. Prophet TB Joshua.”

On Tuesday, January 16, he posted another video on Instagram where he addressed division in the body of Christ.

Fufeyin said Muslims are good people who don’t criticize each other, unlike Christians.

“The enemy is using members of our own faith as tools to further divide the body of Christ and we are ignorant about it,” he captioned his post.