British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has faced criticism from singer Eedris Abdulkareem for their recent documentary on Prophet TB Joshua.
On Monday, January 8, the BBC aired a program featuring alleged eyewitness testimonies of forced abortions, torture, and rape by the late TB Joshua.
There is now a heated debate among online users about the controversial documentary, with varying opinions being expressed.
In response to the viral video on his Instagram page on Tuesday night, Eedris Abdulkareem stated that the BBC had no right to criticize any African man until they produce a documentary describing the alleged crimes committed by Britain in Africa.
The singer wrote;
“Until BBC releases a documentary on the atrocities committed by Britain on African soil, only then will they have the moral justification to condemn any African man.”