Nigerians Fault Religious Leaders For Ignoring Prophesy About Recent Tension


Nigerians across the globe have descended on their religious leaders for ignoring a Prophesy that was given by a renowned man of God in Ghana, regarding the ongoing impasse in the country.

Nigerians and other African nationals who took to their social media pages to condemn their leaders, said the complacency and negligence on the part of their leaders is the cause of what the country is facing today.

It would be recall that, a Ghanaian pastor Apostle Francis Amoako Attah sent an audio message to a Nigerian Bishop of a Prophesy he had which detailed what was going to happen from now till 2021.

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah who is the Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel International (PCI) and who has made several prophecies about Nigeria and they all came to pass, in that audio, explained the prophecy he had concerning Nigeria from now till the end of 2021.

The audio which he sent to his Nigerian Bishop on September 30, 2020, days before the demonstrations broke out, was not far from what the country is experiencing.

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah in that audio told the Bishop to rally all the Bishops, Teachers, Prophets and Men of God in the country to pray for the nation to avert the imminent disaster.

According to him, he had the Prophecy during a three hours’ prayer session where it was revealed to him.

He said, he saw a wind blowing which eventually turned into a storm over Nigeria.

The storm, he noted, was so severe that it began to destroy things from Lagos and spread through other areas and even to the prisons.

“It became terrible at the end,” he bemoaned.

He averred that God told him that Nigeria will experience a very serious situation from now till 2021 and urged the church to rise up and determine what goes on in Nigeria.

According to him, if the church fails to take up that responsibility, the devil will decide for them.

“It is about time the church, bishops, teachers and the prophets sacrifice their ego, sacrifice their individuality, sacrifice their arrogance and their desire for money and turn back to God so He can save the country from the hands of the bloody people,” he cautioned.

He said the Church must come together as one voice so that the undiluted Blood of Jesus Christ will save the Nation.

The Man of God also indicated that the revelation he had on Nigeria also described how the young ones would suffer in the hands of the security services when they begin to cry for a revolution.

“This thing will spread like what we now know as the Arab Spring. It can spread to any other Africa country. I saw many Nigerians running and fleeing to Ghana. I will urge you to gather the people in prayers and stop the enemy before it gets out of hands,” he said.

He also explained that the devil has seen that the individuality and selfishness of Nigerian leaders are becoming too much hence the attack, and stressed that the Social disorder will become so rampant in Nigeria that there will be war between the young men and the security which will lead to several killings of the youth by the security forces.

This, he said, will give Boko Haram the opportunity to penetrate, and added that if the Churches did not take what is happening serious, it will be more than Coronavirus.

However, it seems this prophet wasn’t taken serious by the leaders and religious leaders in Nigeria, hence the position taken by Nigerians against their religious leaders.

Meanwhile, a Prophet responding to earlier stories published on the said Prophesy, wrote “Definitely we have to arise and adhere to Prophetic directions by our Father Apostle Amoako Attah, as most of you are aware Apostle is a man of God who believes in impact and not popularity or trending purpose. It is unfortunate that the Bishop didn’t do the needful on time but waited for these events to happen to our brothers and sisters before releasing it. Let’s all therefore rally together in prayer as Papa said and I believe God will intervene and restore the peace of Nigeria.”

-Prosper Agbenyega

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