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Joshua Prophecies Drops Bombshell: Murder of A Big Man Will Spark Political Crisis in Nigeria

Popular Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua sounded a prophetic alarm in his church service on Sunday, stating that a “very big bigshot” in Nigeria would soon be attacked and killed.
“Last time, I said we should pray for Nigerian ‘bigshots’ – because I am seeing these people begin to target them,” the cleric stated on Sunday 31st August 2014, reminding people of the message he had previously given early in May that Boko Haram’s attention would turn to target the ‘political class’.

He called for prayer against an impending ‘attack’ against a ‘very big bigshot’ in a service broadcast live on Emmanuel TV. “It will result to death,” Joshua plainly stated. “They are just looking for an avenue that will cause crisis and conflict in the region… When it happens, it will cause political crisis.”

Joshua continued by prophesying an imminent plane crash in the unstable region near Russia and Ukraine. “Commercial planes should not pass there because I am seeing a plane full of passenger’s crash in that region. It will not be between Ukraine and Russia this time but it is close to that place, a neighboring region,” he warned.
Joshua Prophecies Drops Bombshell: Murder of A Big Man Will Spark Political Crisis in Nigeria
He further prophesied a ‘militant’ attack against a highly placed political figure in Southern Africa, also specifying the nation of Kenya for prayer. “I am seeing militants are interested in embarrassing a president – either they kill him or kidnap him. That is just their objective in the Southern region– to kidnap the president, vice president or first lady of that nation.”

He concluded his prophetic messages by stating UK should ‘secure their country’ in lieu of the security alert issued by the UK government due to the threat of ISIS terrorists. “They should strategise and secure their country in the middle of this month – 15,16,17,18 – and the end of the month,” he said.

by Ihechukwu Njoku - freelance Nigerian journalist

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