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The ‘Men Of God’ Who Predicted Outcome Of 2015 Elections Woefully

Nigerian pastors should really stop mixing the work of God with the work of men politics. Have they not learned that the two don’t mix well from Chris Okotie, who is forever God’s candidate to be president of the Republic of Nigeria?

The presidential elections has come and gone. But there are lessons to be learned, especially from these supposed ‘men of God’ who claimed that God himself revealed the outcome to them before the election. The Bible said, “Thou shall not take the name of your God in vain.” What are these men thinking now? Are these revelations really from God? Could He possibly be sending them contradictory messages? I know there are already explanations for all the false prophecies. But at this point, I must leave you to judge for yourselves.

  1. Apostle Fredrick, Senior Pastor of Wonder City Chapel and President of the BB Frederick Ministries, Ghana

“Nigerians should watch out for the second term of His Excellency President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. Although it looks very challenging with him and his ruling party now, yet the Lord says Nigerians shouldn’t lose hope in Jonathan.

“As long as I’m concerned as a man gifted by God to see the past, the current and the future beyond the curtains of the natural, I know by the inspiration of the Almighty that President Jonathan is the set man for Nigeria. His next term on the seat will bring liberation to Nigeria.

“It will bring hope to hopeless situations in Nigeria. On this account I therefore declare that HE Goodluck Ebele Jonathan will win the coming elections.”

 

  1. Prophet Joshua Iginla

“No matter how powerful or well-organized 2015 election is, it will be faulted. I am not a politician nor belong to any political party, I am just speaking God’s mind. The person sitting on the seat might not be perfect, but he will retain the seat. It’s not guess-work. However, it will be a battle between the lion and the tiger…Shortly after the election, especially on the night of the election, there will be great vandalisation. I see cars being burnt, lives killed.

“President Jonathan will win, but he has to pray about his health and so many political blows. I pray the two people who enter the Aso Villa will leave together. That’s why we should pray for the woman beside the president. The president and wife should pray that the first lady would finish the tenure together and not losing one before the end of their tenure.”

 

  1. Apostle Johnson Suleiman

“I see President Goodluck Jonathan coming back but trouble… Patience Jonathan needs serious prayers.

“2015 presidential election will be rigged, marred in violence and end up in court case. 2015 election is another June 12. The man who truly won will neither govern nor rule.”

 

  1. Primate Theophilus Oluwasaanu Olabayo, founder, Evangelical Church of Yahweh

“To start with, God has revealed to me that there may not be elections next year because in 2015, we are going to witness one of the worst political assassinations in Nigeria. God further informed me that the South West geo-political zone should be very careful so that the region would not be thrown into another era of wild, wild west because I saw political assassinations everywhere,” the founder of Evangelical Church of Yahweh foretold adding that, “if there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of the president is not vacant.

“God has revealed to me that if at all there is going to be presidential election, it will be inconclusive just like (the June 12,) that we had during the time of the late Chief MKO Abiola who flew the flag of the Social Democratic Party under the military administration of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida.”

 

  1. Prophet Michael Olubode

“I want to let the people of Nigeria know that the Lord will return His Excellency, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to his presidential seat. Despite many hatred for him, it pleases the Lord God of Celestial to increase his tenure at the Presidential Villa in Aso Rock. The Lord revealed to me that the purpose of making him remain in government is to use him to build Nigeria’s economy. He will surely bring good luck to us.”

 

  1. Apostle Dr. Ogochukwu Tochukwu Amaukwu

“If at all there will be election in 2015, I see President Goodluck Jonathan returning as president. President Goodluck Jonathan is the last PDP president.

“I see APC winning seventy percent (70%) of the seats but I see PDP taking the presidency.

“If at all there will be election, APC will claim to have won the presidential election and will drag PDP to court. APC will accuse President Goodluck Jonathan, PDP and INEC for rigging the election in favour of President Goodluck Jonathan, but the court will give it to Goodluck Jonathan.

“There shall be a cry for a re-election.”

 

  1. Josiah Chukwuma Onuoha of Christ Foundation Miracle International Chapel, Lagos

“The thing is that Buhari’s case will even be worse. Buhari has no grace to rule this country again. He is being pushed into it by selfish, diabolic elements. Let him go and seek God the way true Moslems do.”

 

  1. Pastor Dapo Adeniyi

“Buhari has a good agenda to eradicate corruption in Nigeria. But it is unfortunate that he will not win the election. Though he will give Goodluck Ebele Jonathan tough time. He will accuse PDP of rigging the election, go to court but justice will not prevail. What a pity. I see him fainting and uncooperative to ensure the peace of Nigeria after his defeat.”

 

  1. Guru Maharaji

“There is no vacancy for Buhari at Aso Rock.

“President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is the verifiable divine choice of the forthcoming presidential election. As the Living Perfect Master of creation in whose hands the fate of Nigerian project lies spiritually, I declare divinity’s decision to return Jonathan to Aso Rock over Muhammadu Buhari.

“I had publicly and sufficiently advised Buhari against nursing the ambition to rule Nigeria again. Superior forces are actually in-charge of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I am at the helm of these great and unseen primordial powers of creation.”

 

  1. Dr. Okhue Iboi, National coordinator and spokesman of Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria (WITZAN)

“I don’t see General Muhammadu Buhari ruling this country. We don’t have a political party but if anyone seeks our help, we shall render it. There was a time witches in Benue State invited other witches across the country to offer prayers for the Senate President, David Mark, against impeachment. We flew to Otukpo and later to a village called Owetor. That was where we offered the prayers.”


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6 comments

  1. Lol even the witches had something to say hahahaha I hope they learn now.

  2. That’s one thing we all have to learn about our “Men of God”. They are not infallible. Sometimes, they are influenced by self interest. We all know GEJ was close to MOG. That influenced their “prophecy”. And apart from the operation of the prophetic, MOG should know to stay out of politics. And how MOG could endorse a government that is corrupt is beyond me. See how Jesus spoke about corrupt practices in the Bible!!! How many of them have done like Jesus did? Speaking out again oppression and corruption? If you don’t have the courage, abeg focus on your ministry. And of course, reject tithes and offerings that the corrupt government officials bring. Where did they get the money from? There is NOT God in those prophecies and I don’t have to be a prophet to know. Its common sense. Even if Jonathan won, same thing.

  3. Me I am just laughing….
    Still there will be some brainwashed people who won’t see the faults in these religious leaders; who will still take every word they say as the final authority, even to their own detriment.

  4. Er well *scratches head*

  5. witches and wizards abi? okay now…just passing by.

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