Eedris Abdulkareem Blasts BBC Over The Controversial TB Joshua Documentary

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has been prodded to make a documentary that illuminates Britain’s historical horrors in Africa by Nigerian hip-hop icon Eedris Abdulkareem. The musician explicitly addressed the well-known British broadcaster in his appeal after one of its recent shows featured an in-depth article on the late Nigerian preacher, TB Joshua.

On Monday, January 8, the BBC aired a program that purportedly featured eyewitness accounts of the late TB Joshua’s forced abortions, rapes, torture, and fake miracles. Different opinions have been voiced in a heated discussion among internet users about this.

Eedris Abdulkareem demanded responsibility in reaction to the widely publicized documentary, saying that since the BBC was exposing the wrongdoings of the late pastor, they had a duty to reveal proof of Britain’s previous wrongdoings as well.

According to him, the BBC had no right to criticize any African individual until it released a program detailing the alleged crimes that Britain had committed in Africa.

A three-part BBC investigation exposed how the late Nigerian Pastor, Temitope Balogun Joshua, commonly referred to as TB Joshua, repeatedly hit and tormented his daughter, Ajoke.

According to the documentary, TB Joshua’s disciples alleged that Ajoke had been gotten outside of legal marriage and subjected to a series of tortures and humiliations by the late preacher, who saw her existence as a major threat to his reputation as a man of God.

Back to top button