Pamela Adie, a Nigerian LGBTQ activist, has spoken out following the death of TB Joshua, the leader and founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations.




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According to her, TB Joshua caused a lot of harm to people especially the LGBTQ community and now that he’s no more, she’s happy that a lot of people who are really ill may finally get the medical help they need instead of waiting for his anointing oil and water.

Pamela disclosed that she understands that TB Joshua was a pastor to a lot of people and they are mourning him but not to her and what she doesn’t understand and will not accept is those saying it’s not the right time to comment on his atrocities.

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To Pamela, it’s crap when people use the phrase ‘touch not my anointed to defend their pastors when they are alive and use ‘it’s not the right time’ to defend them when they die asking when will the injustice they committed be talk about.

Pamela then disclosed that TB Joshua was a harmful man who is responsible for the death of the desperate people who went to him for help as she sites some examples asking whether justice has been given to them blasting those who try to defend him.

See her post below;

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