In a shocking episode of TB Joshua’s Emmanuel TV series on deliverance and miracles, Denise Williams, the former group leader of RnM – winners of the maiden edition of the Vodafone Icons – shared a captivating story on how she was saved from a possessed world of confusion, prostituting and drug abuse. In sharing her testimony, she admitted that she was lost until a friend took her TB Joshua’s popular church, the Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).
The talented singer, who has been on several singing competitions including Idols West Africa and Vodafone Icons: Mixed edition, shared the story of how many men offered to have sexual relationships with her in order to advance her dreams of having a successful music career, before, during and after these singing competitions. She added that when she finally won Vodafone Icons with RnM, with all the promise that came with it, her personal devils led her astray. She said regrettably, “Something came in me and said leave them alone, and pursue your solo career. Then I started singing at another karaoke bar while the group went on to launch a flourishing career”
She also revealed that she attempted suicide severally with no success and admitted that it was the grace of God. She said that the people watching her from home who knew her should know she wasn’t the same Denise no more, and no one can trip her back into being her old self again. She told the pastors of SCOAN that she was a baby in Christ and wants God to direct her in her music because still wants to continue her career.