Pamela Openly Reveals What TB Joshua Has Been Doing To The Lesbians And Gays.
Global News Reports That Recently Pamela Adie disclosed her happiness about TB Joshua’ s death, she disclosed this on her Instagram page, where she wrote on the 7th of July 2021, shortly after TB Joshua died on his way to the hospital.
She also revealed that he was ill for few days before he died, Pamela accused TB Joshua of leaving his congregation and people who were waiting to heal while he made his way to the hospital to seek medical attention.
She continued the statement by saying wonderful, she also said she felt differently about TB Joshua’ s death, saying said many people felt the impact of his death, but she feels different because he caused many people harm especially to the lesbians.
She went forward to disclose that he conducted conversion therapy for people which she said did not work, she ended the statement by saying she is happy that people who are sick will finally go to the hospital to seek medical care than waiting for an anointing oil or holy water
Pamela Adie is a Nigerian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and transgender rights activist, she is also a public speaker, screenwriter, and filmmaker.
She is from cross rivers state, calabar nigeria, she went to three different universities, webster university
The university of wisconsin and finally
The university of baltimore.
Pamela openly acknowledge that she was a lesbian in 2011 after discussing this with her family, before she revealed that she was a lesbian, pamela was married to a man, but later divorced due to her gender.
Pamela is a well- known public speaker who is always advocating for Lesbians Gays, Bisexual Transgender community, Pamela has constantly revealed that she is a lesbian and has risen her voice on empowering the Lesbian community in Nigeria.
There has been a lot of complications since Pamela started her research and works about Lesbians Gays Bisexuals and Transgender rights in Nigeria.
She became famous after producing the first lesbian film in Nigeria called Ife, She is the executive director of the nongovernmental organization Equality Hub.