Kulovany, who has also featured on several American reality television programmes, shared a video of Joshua’s documentary, emphasising a scene where the Nigerian cleric confronted a group of armed robbers who came to his church.
“I have a testimony to share,” she wrote on her official Facebook Page on January 3rd 2021.
“Last night, I knew I would be tested walking outside alone late at night. As I left a gas station with Fiji water, a car pulled out and started following me down a dark alley,” she explained, clarifying that the driver’s intention was clearly to ‘follow’ her.
“I immediately turned around and started walking straight towards the car’s headlights,” she continued, adding that seeing her bold actions, “the car started backing up”.
Signalling the attention of people nearby, Nicole walked back towards the gas station and saw the car hurriedly enter a nearby field and race off.
“My confidence in being protected is in God as I had been deep in Scripture and praying,” she explained.
Referring back to the Emmanuel TV clips, she concluded: “Watch Prophet TB Joshua grab their gun. This is confidence that the Holy Spirit is in you and protecting you.”
In a post several months earlier to her 42,000 Instagram followers, Nicole had called on disgraced Hillsong Pastor Carl Lentz to watch Joshua’s “deliverance services” after he was fired for committing adultery.
Nicole has shared many clips from Joshua’s popular YouTube Channel Emmanuel TV on her Facebook page.
With over 1.8 million YouTube subscribers, Emmanuel TV is the world’s most watched Christian ministry on the video-sharing platform.