Enugu Prophet Makes His Unbelievable Prediction

Enugu Prophet Makes His Unbelievable Prediction

An Enugu-based Prophet, Anthony Nwoko, has predicted that neither President Goodluck Jonathan nor his opponent, Muhammadu Buhari, would be president after the forthcoming election.

According to the Leadership, Nwoko made this statement talking with journalists on January 12, 2015, Monday in Enugu.

It should be recalled that the cleric prophesied the end of the military regime of the former head of state, General Ibrahim Babangida (rtd), in 1993.

In 1998, he also foreshow that the late military ruler, General Sani Abacha, would leave governance of Nigeria in a mysterious way.

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“I had told IBB in 1993 to leave office and it happened and in 1998, I prophesied that Abacha would leave office mysteriously, and you saw what happened.”

Talking about the current Jonathan presidency and his chances to be reelected Nwoko said:

“In 2010, I told Nigerians that they should not expect much or any miracle from Jonathan. Now, in this coming election, Jonathan will only serve as John the Baptist and Buhari has not got any heavenly crown to rule and he will not rule this country because he hasn’t got that crown.

“Don’t take my prophesies for granted because I had also told Gen. Abdulsalam Abubakar not to make Obasanjo president and I had also warned Gen. Obasanjo not to make late former President Yar’Adua president and my advice was not heeded and you saw what happened.”

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After such a loud statement, a newsman asked Nwoko what would happen since he has prophesied that the two leading candidates would not be president after the elections. The 64- year-old prophet only said:

“I can see the glory of Nigeria in the South East and I don’t agree with Wole Soyinka that Jonathan is Nebuchadnezzar ; Jonathan is a forerunner to the glory of God.”

Reacting to various comments by Enugu Catholic cleric, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mabaka, Nwoko stated that he was not condemning the priest but he wanted "to tell him that I can see the glory of God in the South.”

Source: Legit.ng

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