TB Joshua Misfires Again; Ondo Witches Tip Akeredolu

Jimoh Ibrahim, TB Joshua By Concise News correspondents

For the second time in less than 30 days, the General Oveseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet TB Joshua appears to have misfired again, following the appeal court ruling that sacked factional candidate of PDP in the forthcoming Ondo gubernatorial polls Barr. Jimoh Ibrahim and replaced him with Eyitayo Jegede.

Few weeks ago, the hitherto PDP gubernatorial candidate in the forthcoming Ondo election, had revealed that Prophet TB Joshua told him that he will become the governor of Ondo State. He made the revelation on social media as can be seen below.

The business man cum politician, however, advised the man of God to keep the prophecy until further notice.

Concise news recall that TB Joshua had earlier come under heavy knocks when Donald Trump won the US election. Joshua had predicted that democratic Hillary Clinton will become Obama’s successor at the white house with a narrow victory over Donald Trump.

The prophet later came out and said that Americans’ prayers following his predictions altered his prophecy in Trump’s favour.

With his disqualification by the appeal court today Tuesday, how Jimoh Ibrahim will fulfill prophet TB Joshua’s prophecy is yet to be seen with just three days remaining before the elections.

Ibrahim’s latest tweet after the appeal court ruling suggests he has either surrendered to faith or has an ace up his sleeve.

In a related development, the Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria (WITZAN) in Ondo has also predicted that the upcoming governorship elections in Ondo State will be won by All Progressive Congress (APC) candidate, Rotimi Akeredolu.

The declaration was made by WITZAN President, Dr Okhue Iboi, after a meeting in the Ese Odo area of the state.

“This week Saturday’s election in Ondo State is going to be hotly contested between APC, AD, PDP, SDP and the candidate of APC will emerge victoriously,” Iboi said.

“It is unfortunate that many Nigerians are hypocrites. When they hear witches or read about witches, what comes to their mind is evil or darkness.

“For our own witches group, we are children of light. We are for good.

“Have people forgotten that even in the Bible, there is a story of King Saul who consulted a witch when he was about to go into a battle to enable him know how the battle will go?

“Again people tend to forget that Nigeria is a secular state; Nigeria doesn’t belong to only Christians and Muslims, the nation is for all faiths,” he added.

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