TB Joshua allocated 90% of his personal income to produce staged ‘miracles’ and ‘confessions’ to attract Western followers, say former associates.

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Naija247news Spiritual Exploration: TB Joshua’s Unique Approach in Attracting Global Pilgrims

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Lagos, Nigeria, Jan 17 (Naija247news)* – Mr Agomoh Paul, a former associate of the late Nigerian prophet, Temitope Balogun Joshua, has shared intriguing insights into the spiritual strategies employed by the late charismatic pastor to draw believers from around the world. In a revealing documentary titled “Disciple: The Cult Of TB Joshua” by the BBC, Agomoh unfolded how TB Joshua strategically engaged white individuals to attend his Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos.

Recalling the early days, Agomoh disclosed that TB Joshua invested extensively in producing VHS videos showcasing miracles, wonders, and unique spiritual manifestations. These videos were distributed abroad, especially in South Africa, with the intention of capturing the attention of white men and women to visit the Synagogue Church in Lagos.

Agomoh, who considered TB Joshua almost divine, emphasized the pastor’s extraordinary abilities and his specific focus on attracting foreigners. According to him, TB Joshua saw himself as a spiritual guide for whites, often expressing that God was using a black man to manifest powerful miracles.

The strategy involved sharing VHS videos with departing visitors who would spread the miraculous stories worldwide, creating a growing interest in the Synagogue Church. TB Joshua foresaw an explosion in global attendance, fueling the Synagogue Church’s recognition.

The turning point occurred when foreigners started flooding the church, leading to widespread awareness. TB Joshua orchestrated this influx by providing financial support for their travel, demonstrating his strategic genius. As Agomoh stated, TB Joshua was intentional, planning every aspect meticulously.

Agomoh explained that TB Joshua once mentioned the desire to make white people his disciples, emphasizing that their arrival in Nigeria marked the beginning of a subtle manipulation process. He further revealed that intelligent disciples were sent to observe and engage those susceptible to the spiritual atmosphere.

In the documentary, a woman identified as the Coordinator of International Visitors at the Synagogue Church shared her perspective. She described TB Joshua’s spiritual power as hypnotic, affecting people’s minds deeply. The tactics included making visitors feel like celebrities and manipulating them into becoming disciples for the Synagogue Church.

TB Joshua’s influence extended to Westerners’ subconscious, captivating them with his enchanting eyes and promising them spiritual elevation. The woman noted that the late cleric strategically targeted young, unmarried individuals, luring them into a sense of importance within the kingdom of God.

This spiritual exploration sheds light on the methods employed by TB Joshua to create a global spiritual hub, drawing pilgrims from various parts of the world to experience the unique atmosphere of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.

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Samson Gbenga Salau [Editorial Board Adviser] Gbenga Samuel Salau is a professional journalist with over 17 years experience in journalism, he is a graduate of Communication and Language Arts, University of Ibadan. On completion of his youth service, he joined The Guardian as a freelance journalist and was later absorbed as a staff. While in the University, he was a campus journalist reporting for the Independence Hall and Faculty of Arts Press Clubs. As a campus journalist, he won the following awards; Independence Hall Press Best News writer; University of Ibadan Union of Campus Journalists’ Best News Reporter/Writer; First Runner-up, Reuben Abati Award for Investigative Journalism; Association of Faculty of Arts Students’ Press Best Reporter; University of Ibadan Union of Campus Journalists’ Best Political Writer; Winner, Reuben Abati Award for Investigative Journalism, and University of Ibadan Union of Campus Journalists’ Best Interviewer. He served the Association of Communication and Language Arts Students, as the Public Relation Officer, the same year he was appointed the News Editor of the Association of Faculty of Arts Students Press. The following session, he was made the General Editor, and a member of the 13-man University of Ibadan Students’ Union Transition Committee. As a reporter in The Guardian, in 2014, he won the Promasidor Quill Award Best Report on Nutrition and DAME Business Reporting category. In the 2015 edition of the Promasidor Quill Award, he won the best Report on Nutrition and Brand Advocate Categories, while in 2016, he won the NMMA Print Journalist of the Year, first runner-up Golden Pen Reporter of the Year and SERAs CSR Awards. Gbenga Salau loves traveling, reading, and listening to songs with good lyrics no matter the genre.

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