COVID-19: Tony Rapu predicted 'crisis' in 2020 during crossover night

COVID-19: Tony Rapu predicted 'crisis' in 2020 during crossover night

- A video currently trending online shows Nigerian pastor, Tony Rapu, preaching during crossover night on December 31, 2019

- In the video, the man of God can be heard talking about a crisis that would hit the world in 2020

- Femi Fani-Kayode shared the video, stating that the man of God foresaw the coronavirus pandemic

As the world continues to battle with the coronavirus pandemic also known as COVID-19, many Nigerian men of God have at different points, prophesied about when it will end.

However, only one of them was said to have predicted the coming of the dreaded virus which has claimed the lives of many and people believe that man is Pastor Tony Rapu.

In a video shared to Facebook by ex-minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, the man of God is seen preaching on the crossover night of December 31, 2019. In his sermon, he talked about a coming crisis in 2020 and how difficult the year would be.

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Likening it to the Biblical plague in Egypt, he concluded that it would, however, come to an end as God will only use it to remind the world that He is God.

Fani-Kayode shared the post and part of his caption reads: "Who said that the Lord does not speak to His Prophets and warn them of things to come? Who said that He does not lead us to victory and to an expected end? Who said He is not faithful to His own?

My friend and brother Rev. (Dr.) Tony Rapu saw and said all that was coming the world's way in 2020 at the 2019 to 2020 Crossover night service on December 31st 2019. Despite the grim picture he painted he gave us strength and hope that in the end, all will be well."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported the news of how Nollywood actress Funke Akindele-Bello was arrested by the Lagos state police command over the house party hosted to celebrate her husband's birthday on Saturday, April 4, at their Amen Estate residence.

According to The Nation, the police public relations officer, Bala Elkana, confirmed that the actress, popularly called ‘Jenifa’, has been taken to a Chief Magistrates Court in Ogba, Lagos

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