“I killed TB Joshua in a spiritual battle” – Kwaku Bonsam

Kwaku Bonsam - T.B Joshua

Famous Ghanaian native doctor, Nana Kwaku Bonsam has confessed that he has a hand in the sudden death of T.B Joshua.

The influential Nigerian televangelist who is the leader and founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nation shook the grounds of the world after the news of his death hit the media on Sunday, June 6, 2021.

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While his family, church members and love ones are mourning his death, others are busily revealing the cause and reading meanings into his sudden death.

Not long ago, Ibrah One said he died for disobeying the laws of the secret cult he joins.

However, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, who wants to seek the attention of Ghanaians has also said he killed him.

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During an exclusive interview, he said he killed T B Joshua spiritually during a battle.

In a video circulating on social media, he was heard saying that he gave TB Joshua a 10-year ultimatum to live after which he will deal with him.

TB Joshua tried to kill me spiritually. He said he was going to fight me in the spiritual realm after I accused him of killing late President John Atta Mills. When I said this many people came after me for attacking a man of God.”

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“I gave him a 9 to 10-year ultimatum that I will show him that only God can judge me on this earth. We went into a spiritual contest and I won that battle.”

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