Femi Fani-Kayode, a well-known politician and former Minister of Aviation in Nigeria, has released a video of a Ghanaian pastor predicting the deaths of many Nigerian pastors. Femi Fani-Kayode is one of the few politicians that continues to promote TB Joshua after his death, claiming that he was a prophet of God.
Apart from TB Joshua, Femi Fani-Kayode also regards pastors in high esteem, believing that they should not be mocked.
Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave International, a Ghanaian pastor, was seen and heard in the brief video he released online claiming that many pastors who loved God would be taken home, and Nigeria will be astonished.
Prophet TB Joshua, Pastor Dare Adeboye, and Reverend Stephen Akinola all died this year, and his prophesy or prediction came out long before their deaths.
He said: A few weeks before the inexplicable and sudden passing of pastor Dare Adeboye, Prophet T.B. Joshua,Rev. Stephen Akinola & other great man of God in Nigeria, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of Glorious Wave Int. Church in Accra, Ghana prophesied
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