TB Joshua, a famous preacher from Nigeria, died at 57 in 2021. He was known for claiming to perform miracles, but a BBC investigation revealed allegations of rape and torture at his Lagos compound.

Despite a humble start, he became wealthy, owning cars and a private jet. Joshua faced criticism and was ostracized by some Christian groups. He gained fame in the late 1990s with his Synagogue, Church of All Nations.

His influence extended globally, even assisting during the 2014 Ebola outbreak. However, controversies, including a deadly church collapse, surrounded him.

Critics questioned his predictions, but he had notable followers. His TV station, Emmanuel TV, showcased testimonials of changed lives.

Despite charity work, allegations marred his legacy. His wife, Evelyn Joshua, now leads the church.

This summary is based on information from the BBC.


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