Multiple award-winning Nollywood actor and movie producer Jim Iyke says he will never forgive the late Prophet T.B Joshua, general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, for what he did to him some years back.
Iyke told Channels TV met the late prophet when he took his mother to SCOAN for a miracle.
Recall that a video of Jim Iyke’s purported deliverance at the Synagogue Church went viral on social media a few years back.
A spirit speaking through the actor while being delivered was allegedly heard saying that it was responsible for the inability of the actor to get married.
Reminiscing about the incident, Iyke said, “And I said common men, this is childish, this is not what we came here for. Let’s move mom out of here and keep looking for medical help. Then we were about to go to South Africa, there was this young man that was recommended to us, a specialist as well.
“Then the gentleman in question looked at me and saw the amusement on my face and touched me. Now I can’t explain what happened within that space of time. Within that 5 minutes, whatever happened happened.
“I’m not here to start proffering explanations to spiritual things that are way beyond me. I’m a man that understands how things work. That I cannot explain and nobody can suggest anything otherwise because personally, I know what happened to me.”
“Within that time lacks explanations, they said I said stuff, did stuff which I found to be extremely embarrasing.”
Speaking further on Channels TV, the Nollywood act said “At that point, even I’m told there’ll be a cure in hell I’ll go. You are talking about your mother. So we went.
“I can remember I went there with my security man, my sister, and PA. And when we got there, I was upstairs but there was the constant insistence that I come to church. And I said, ‘but that wasn’t the arrangement because I kept my mum in the hospital and was expecting that you’ll lay your hand on her and she’ll get better, but they said ‘no you must come to church.’
“Then my sister forced me and we went to church downstairs. I was there when the whole stuff of touching people started, I found it a little laughable seriously because this is national TV and people watch from all corners. I can remember my sister pinched me and said, ‘you’ve got to stop.’'