In a recent video shared on the Champions Royal Assembly's YouTube channel, Prophet Joshua Iginla, the General Overseer, shared a prophetic message with his congregation. He explained that God sends prophetic messages to his anointed servants, who then deliver them as they are led by the Spirit.
In his message, Prophet Iginla predicted that Tinubu's government would do remarkable things in the country in the next 2 years. He clarified that he does not belong to any political party and does not run after any politician. Nonetheless, he warned that there will be some bad elements who will try to plot evil against the government. He urged his members to watch out for these events between now and the next two years.
The prophecy by Prophet Iginla about Tinubu's government has generated reactions from Nigerians, especially on social media platforms. Some individuals have commended the prophet for sharing the message, while others have criticized him for dabbling in politics.
Prophetic messages are a common feature in some religious circles, and it is believed that they help individuals understand what God is saying about a particular situation or event. However, these messages are often subject to interpretation and can be influenced by personal biases or beliefs.
It is important to note that prophecies are not absolute, and they can change or not come to pass at all. Therefore, it is crucial to exercise caution when relying on prophetic messages, especially those related to politics and other sensitive matters.
News source: https://youtu.be/dSgHInRd6CU
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