The Christian society in Nigeria has lost some prominent members in the past few weeks. The most popular of them being Pastor Dare Adeboye, the son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and Pastor T.B Joshua. The deaths were painful and the Christian society and Nigeria mourned their loss.
This morning, Fani-Kayode shared a video of a Ghanaian pastor, Emmanuel Badu Kobi where he prophesied that the world was going to lose these men of God. In the video, he specified that Nigeria specifically will be shocked by the death of these men. Narrating and sharing the video via his twitter page, Fani-Kayode wrote;
"A few weeks before the inexplicable & sudden passing of Pastor Dare Adeboye, Prophet T.B. Joshua, Rev. Stephen Akinola & other great men of God in Nigeria, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave Int. Church in Accra, Ghana prophesied the following."
Are these prophecies accurate? Can we say these prophecy was directly related to the death of these men of God? Do you still believe in prophecies?
See video here;
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