- Nigeria will not disintegrate, according to TB Joshua
- The popular televangelist, however, said the county will face "crisis and destruction"
- Joshua, founder of The Synagogue's assurance trailed the numerous calls for succession
Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, the founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations, has assured that Nigeria will remain a single entity despite the growing secessionist calls across the country.
The Nigerian televangelist, 57, gave the assurance in a video prophecy released on July 27, 2014, which he posted.
In the video, Joshua predicted that Nigeria would face many challenges but none of them would overwhelm it to the point of break up, The Nation reports.
Addressing members of his church during a Sunday service, the "The Synagogue" founder maintained that that "Nigeria will remain one."
“Nothing will happen to Nigeria...Beyond this crisis, Nigeria is beautiful. Your prayer now is that you should witness it so that this crisis will not take you away,” the cleric declared.
“It is decreed that this nation will be reckoned with as a powerful nation."
Joshua, who warned his members again "political class" added that his prophecy would become a point of reference many years later as the country progresses.
I never predicted Orji Kalu would become Nigeria's president
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the televangelist distanced himself from the media report linking him with a prophecy that Senator Orji Uzor Kalu would become Nigeria's president come 2023.
The prophet, as fondly called, debunked the media report in a tweet on his official Twitter handle on Monday, December 28. Kalu, a former governor of Anambra state and current chief whip of the Nigerian Senate, has been rumoured to be eyeing the country's biggest stool.
Although no official confirmation on Kalu's 2023 ambition has been made, the All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain is one of the leading candidates to take the top job should the ruling party zone its presidential ticket to the southeast.