The BBC World Service has extended an exclusive invitation to key stakeholders for a private screening of an upcoming investigative documentary in Accra on 9th January 2024.
This groundbreaking investigation sheds light on severe human rights abuses by one of Africa's most influential pastors, exposing instances of torture, rape, and forced abortions affecting victims from Britain, Nigeria, South Africa, and the United States.
The evidence presented in the documentary has been meticulously gathered over two years, making it one of the largest investigations the BBC has conducted in Nigeria and West Africa. The revelations are expected to have far-reaching global implications.
The BBC anticipates that providing key stakeholders exclusive access to this material will empower them to take positive steps in addressing the documented human rights abuses. The investigative documentary aims to bring attention to a grave issue that demands urgent action.
A maze of manipulation. Unimaginable atrocities. One of the most powerful religious figures of the 21st century.— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) January 7, 2024
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