TB Joshua didn’t put cameras in bathrooms – Evangelist Justin

TB Joshua disciples Justin Pese and Anna

Evangelist Justin Pese, a disciple of the late founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Prophet TB Joshua, has debunked the allegations made in the BBC documentary against Joshua.

Justin lived at SCOAN for 13 years between 2006 and 2019.

The Australian, also known as Evangelist Justin, said in a YouTube video published on January 22 that he abandoned his career in golf and followed Joshua to Lagos to become his disciple.

Justin said when he arrived at SCOAN, Joshua gave him his notes, sermons, and the Bible to study.

He also said that issues were addressed at the disciples’ meeting with Joshua just as it was seen in the video SCOAN released where Joshua rebuked Ajoke, the woman who claimed to be Joshua’s biological daughter.

Justin said he was first a youth leader at SCOAN, then was moved to Emmanuel TV. But he said he was later drafted to the emergency department where he spent more time.

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According to him, “The emergency department is the heart of SCOAN. It involves the healing ministry, deliverance ministry, prophetic ministry, testimony ministry, and the follow-up ministry.”

He said he was drafted to work as a five-storey worker at Joshua’s office and that he also travelled as Joshua’s private secretary several times.

Justin, who welcomed a child with his wife last year, debunked the claim that disciples of Joshua were recorded while having their baths.

“There are no cameras recording disciples while having a shower,” he said.

According to him, “These lies were perpetrated through the BBC documentary to make Prophet TB Joshua and the Synagogue Church of All Nations look like a cult group.”

Justin said that at no time did Joshua compel his disciples to call him daddy.

He said the five-storey workers were not treated as slaves as alleged in the documentary.

The cleric added that he never saw Joshua use honey or oil on his genitals as alleged in the documentary.