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Prophet TB Joshua’s prophecy about South Africa fulfilled?

Is Prophet T.B Joshua’s prophecy about South Africa coming to pass?Barely five months after Prophet T.B. Joshua gave a series of prophecies concerning South Africa, is the prophecy finally materializing?


The prophecy was made on January 3rd 2016 when he told the congregants that a Southern African leader would face a ‘peculiar’ trouble, calling for prayer during February’s ending and April.

The prophecy sparked a national debate when it was misleadingly misinterpreted by Malawi’s Presidential advisers to mean their leaders death would fall between this time-frame.

Peter Mutharika responded with a controversial verbal attack against the ‘prophet’, suggesting his predictions were ‘fake’ and seeks financial gain.

However, Joshua’s followers point to the current situation of South African President Jacob Zuma as being the subject of the prophecy.

The South African president’s hold on power looks increasingly feeble as calls for his resignation continue to intensify.
Prophet TB Joshua’s prophecy about South Africa fulfilled?
This follows the damning corruption scandal which has engulfed Zuma after a court ruled on March 31st that he had “failed to uphold” the constitution when he did not pay back some state funds used for the upgrade of his personal home. In addition,the High Court in Pretoria found the decision to drop783 charges against Jacob Zuma in 2009 as extremely irrational, thus the decision to charge him is now being reinstated


Joshua additionally predicted on the same day the fluctuating South African rand currency would ultimately ‘stabilise’.

Although initial signs seemed to contradict his prediction, the announcement of Pretoria’s successful issuing of a foreign dollar bond led to South Africa’s rand, stocks and bonds all rallying, with investor confidence lifted.

“Prophet T.B. Joshua did give a word of prophecy concerning this South African business turn around,” wrote Nigeria’s Vanguard newspaper in its report on the news, which stated the rand seemed to be finally showing signs of stability.

Joshua stressed that South Africa’s attention should be directed to fighting the economic implications of the ‘El-Niño’ drought.

“The government should not be tempted to surrender most of their industries to foreign countries,” he warned, adding that the farming industry would especially be affected.

In what has been described as the worst drought in more than 100 years for the rainbow nation, Al Jazeera recently reported it is costing South African farmers more than an estimated $600m in lost crops.

All fingers are pointing towards the fulfillment of the prophecy as the political opposition parties specifically the Economic Freedom Fighters and the Democratic Alliance seem to have gathered momentum ahead of August local government elections.
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