We didn’t authorise statement in response to BBC documentary –SCOAN

The Synagogue Church of All Nations,  SCOAN, has denied issuing or authorizing any statement regarding the three part documentary released by the British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, Africa service.
The documentary highlighted allegations of purported maltreatment of some former disciples by the founder of the Church, Prophet TB Joshua.
The Ikotun, Lagos based international church gave the clarification in response to an enquiry, following a trending statement entitled “BBC and its ludicrous hatchet job on Prophet TB Joshua” purportedly issued by the Church in response to the documentary.
The church, while responding to inquiries said: “The church did not issue or authorize the said statement.
“The Church has its standard means of making any official communication with the public which the Press is familiar with, and any official communication with the public on this or any other issue will be via those means,” it added.

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