How TB Joshua Healed My Daughter and Sister of Asthma – Ronke Oshodi

Actress Ronke Oshodi Oke claims that her daughter’s asthma was cured by the late TB Joshua, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

TB Joshua died on June 5, 2021 at the age of 57.

Eyewitness reports of rape, torture, and forced abortions purportedly carried out by the late preacher were published by BBC Africa Eye on Monday.

In the documentary, some former churchgoers said that TB Joshua had sexually assaulted, tortured, and coerced women into getting abortions inside the church in Lagos state’s Ikotun neighborhood.

Since then, people have been debating the report on social media and voicing varying perspectives.

In a video posted on her Instagram page, Ronke—a member of SCOAN—recounted her moment with the founder of the church.

The actress said that TB Joshua “delivered” her daughter from asthma, a lung disease that attacks the airways.

Ronke said that her sister had a similar ailment and had also been miraculously healed.

Ronke added that “he is a nice man of God” and recounted her pleasant personal encounter with the deceased preacher.

“I want to tell the world what the late Senior Prophet TB Joshua did for me and my daughter,” the actress said.

“Initially, I don’t believe in prophecy. I am not that kind of person because there are too many scammers out there.

“But when I went to church that fateful day, my daughter has Asthma and to God be the glory, daddy delivered her.

“Something came out of her mouth which I did not believe, and my junior sister as well, something similar happened to her.

“So that was when I started going to TB Joshua’s church. Apart from that, he was a nice man to me and my family.

“I just want people to know that for me, he is a nice man and a man of God.”

Victor AD, the singer, had previously narrrated how “God used Joshua to restore my mum’s hand that was supposed to be amputated”.

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