Saturday, 12 November 2016

Nigerian pastor TB Joshua sorry for Clinton win false prophecy prediction

Prophet TB Joshua is sorry for the message sent out by his church predicting a Hillary Clinton win over Donald Trump, a church representative has said.


This comes as a surprise from a man who has refused to make apologies for so many catastrophic predictions including the deaths of Zimbabwe and Malawi presidents that were supposed to happen in 2016.

Joshua who is no stranger to controversy put himself on the spotlight when he made a video prophecy predicting Clinton win.
Nigerian pastor TB Joshua sorry for Clinton win false prophecy prediction
He even posted his message to his twitter and Facebook accounts. The messages were deleted in the early hours of Wednesday when US election results were announced.
In a typical fashion, the wealthy Nigerian TV evangelist told his congregation on Sunday that he “saw” a woman winning.

After Donald Trump convincingly won Tuesday’s vote, visitors to the preacher’s Facebook page noticed the prophecy had been removed.


The wealthy pastor is known as “the prophet” to his many followers. He is one of Nigeria’s well-known and influential evangelists.

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