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Prophet TB Joshua claims to have foretold Egypt Air hijacking

Controversial Nigerian preacher T.B Joshua claims to have foretold the Egypt Air hijacking that took place on Tuesday. As is always the case, the preacher’s videos are always released after the incident.

In the latest undated video, Joshua is seen telling his congregation “I am seeing a balloon – it was hijacked and people were inside.”

“But at the end of the day, they were able to rescue the balloon and the people… they will not be able to blow anything,” he continues, followed by heavy applause from the congregation.

The Nigerian preacher who runs the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), then led his members in a prayer of thanksgiving for the impending ‘rescue’ and ‘victory’.

Seif al-Din Mustafa, described by Cypriot officials as being mentally disturbed, used a fake suicide belt to hijack the Egyptair flight and forced it to fly to Larnaca.
Nigerian pastor TB Joshua
From the plane, he demanded to see his former wife, a Cypriot national, and also to be given asylum in Cyprus.

Just recently T.B Joshua uploaded a video to his Emmanuel TV channel claiming to have predicted the tragic terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium which killed 32 people.

Last year in November he claimed to have foretold the horrendous terrorist attack on the French capital Paris, two years before (in November 2013).

In typical TB Joshua style, he posted a message on his official Facebook page a day after the attack. The message was accompanied by a video in which he allegedly claims to have prophesied about the attacks in France.

Its not the first TB Joshua claims to have foretold a major world event. He claims to have prophesied the terrorist attacks on the Westgate Shopping Mall in Kenya, which killed 67 people in September 2013.

His other prophesies include Michael Jackson’s death, the Boston bombing attacks in America and the outcome of two African Cup of Nations (AFCON) final matches, which were won by Zambia and Nigeria respectively.

Joshua’s purported prophecy about the crash of Malaysian Airlines MH370 several months before the incident also drew international media attention with its accompanying YouTube video amassing over 1 million views.

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