I was just preparing to release a Podcast episode where I address the Linda Ikeji saga and TB Joshua when I received notice that her blog has been taken down. I will still move forward with the Podcast. Stay tuned for more information on this breaking news.
Blog has been removed
Sorry, the blog at lindaikeji.blogspot.com has been removed. This address is not available for new blogs.
Did you expect to see your blog here? See: ‘I can’t find my blog on the Web, where is it?‘
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