“Prophet TB Joshua did something to me that i can never forgive him for”- Actor Jim Iyke

Jim Iyke, a popular Nigerian actor and film producer, has indicated that forgiving the late Prophet T.B Joshua for what he did to him some years ago will be difficult.

When a video of Jim Iyke’s supposed deliverance at the Synagogue Church went viral on the internet, it became a topic of controversy on national television and social media.

It will be remembered that in the viral video, an evil spirit speaking via the actor was heard declaring while being delivered that it was to blame for the actor’s failure to marry.


The actor has blamed the late man of God and general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Late T.B Joshua, for what he did when he took his mother to his church for deliverance in a new interview with Channels TV.

“And I told them, ‘Common men, this is childish, this isn’t why we came here.’ Let’s get Mom out of here and continue our search for medical assistance. Then, as we prepared to travel to South Africa, we were introduced to a young man who had been recommended to us as an expert.

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“The gentleman in question then glanced at me, noticed my delight, and reached out to touch me. Now I’m at a loss for words as to what happened in that little period of time. Whatever happened in those 5 minutes happened.


“I’m not here to offer explanations for spiritual matters that are much beyond my comprehension. I’m a man who knows how things operate. That I cannot explain, and that no one else can offer, because I personally know what happened to me.”

“Within that time frame, they said I said and did things that were incredibly embarrassing to me.”

“Even if I’m informed there would be a cure in hell, I’ll go.” You’re referring to your mother. As a result, we went.

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“I recall going there with my security guard, sister, and PA.” And even though I was upstairs when we arrived, there was persistent urging that I attend church. “But that wasn’t the arrangement,” I explained, “since I kept my mother in the hospital and was expecting you to lay your hand on her and she’d get better,” but they said, “no, you must come to church.”

“Then my sister compelled me, and we went downstairs to church.” I was there when the entire touching people thing started, and I thought it was a little ridiculous, especially since it was on national television and people were watching from all around. I recall my sister pinching me and telling me, “You have to stop.”

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