The spiritual endorsements keep coming…. Rev Father Mbaka and Ebube Muonso endorses Dr Tony Nwoye. These Men of God have said it all. Let us not waste our Votes. The voice of prophets of God is the voice of God
A Lagos-based pastor, Olagorioye Faleyimu, stirred the pot sometime ago when he gave a damning prediction about a Nollywood celebrity, Funke Akindele. The prediction caused so much uproar that fans of the celebrity, on her behalf, totally rejected the disquieting prediction from coming to pass. That striking episode marked the claim to fame of the cleric.
Despite the public outcry that trailed the prophecy, Faleyimu, who is the founder of Mountain of Blessing and Miracle Church of Christ, reeled out more than enough prophecies for Nigeria in 2017.
Among the prophecies, the pastor boldly claimed that the Yoruba and the North would ‘soon’ form a new party to take over from the ruling All Progressives Congress. But as it seems, except 2017 is extended by a day, the prediction is anything but exact. This is because the North and the Yoruba in the current political climate have yet to jointly form a political party to unseat the APC.
Similarly, the President of the Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman, is not new to controversy. The outspoken man of God in his 50 prophecies for 2017 touched on some critical national issues.
He said, “Nnamdi Kanu’s detention to cause international crises. God is angry with Buhari for the continued detention. I see presidents being removed in Africa, I see presidents being installed.”
Though the incarceration of the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, was initially condemned by some Igbo, the tune later changed after he was granted bail and the agitation for Biafra seemed to have subsided since Kanu’s assumed fleeing of the country. There was also no revolt on the international scene regarding the matter.
Suleman, however, hit the mark in his prediction that in 2017, presidents would be removed and installed in Africa. The prophecy was accurate in Zimbabwe where the nonagenarian, Robert Mugabe, was carefully ousted by the military and replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa. The latest outcome of the Liberian election further stamped that prophecy.