A socio political group, Akoko Youth Forum (AYF) has urged Evelyn Joshua, wife of the late Prophet T. B Joshua, to remain unperturbed by the recent documentary aired by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) against the Prophet.
The Forum who acknowledged the viral testimonies in support of Joshua, declared support for the wife of founder of SCOAN in a statement issued on Monday by its Public Relations Officer, Momoh Fadlallah.
The statement reads, “The feedbacks, testimonies and revelations from all over the world in response to recent allegations leveled against our father, late Prophet TB Joshua by the BBC, has shown that God does not abandon his own. Akoko Youth Forum, the provincial home of the world-renowned Prophet emphatically stands in unwavering defense of his legacy. The recently aired BBC documentary unveiled shocking revelations, yet it is paramount to recognize the contentious nature of these allegations, with no universal acceptance.
“Several respected individuals, including Femi Fani Kayode, Dele Momodu, and Wiseman Daniel, have come forward to defend Prophet TB Joshua, casting doubt on the credibility of the accusations. Their support underlines the questionable nature of the presented narrative, emphasizing the need for a comprehensive and unbiased assessment.
“Akoko Youth Forum, firmly asserts that God has vindicated Late Prophet TB Joshua from these allegations. The Forum places its belief in the resilience and integrity of the late prophet, acknowledging that this is not a plea to ignore any potential wrongdoing but a call for a fair and thorough investigation to uncover the truth.
“Akoko Youth Forum extends support to the wife of the late prophet, urging her not to be discouraged in continuing the ministry of the church entrusted to her by God. Acknowledging the challenges she may face, the Forum expresses solidarity during these testing times.
“Akoko Youth Forum calls upon the public to exercise patience, awaiting the outcome of a meticulous investigation. Emphasizing the importance of avoiding premature conclusions, the Forum underscores the fundamental principle that in the pursuit of truth, fairness must always prevail.