The founder of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Temitope Joshua, has been urged by some Nigerians to aplogise for his prophecy on the US election which predicted a narrow win for Hillary Clinton.
Joshua’s prediction failed to occur after Donald Trump, the Republican candidate clinched the ticket to the White House by winning 290 electoral colleges to Mrs. Clinton’s 228.
However, the cleric has insisted that his earlier prophecy on the US presidential election was given different interpretation by people “on a different level” with him.
In his sermon on Sunday, November 13, Joshua said people would need the spirit of a prophet to be able to recognize one.
“We have seen the outcome of the election in America,” he said in a message later posted on the church’s official website and Facebook page.
He also hinted that his reference to Hilary Clinton as eventual winner was reflected in her winning more popular votes than Donald Trump.
However, Joshua’s has been rejected by some Nigerians who called on the cleric to swallow his pride and apologise for his fake prediction.
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Some Nigerians also took to twitter to mock Joshua over his explanations for his failed prediction.