Saturday, 12 November 2016

Prophet TB Joshua reinstates Clinton win prophecy on Facebook

Lagos – Nigerian pastor TB Joshua of the Synagogue of All Nations (SCOAN) has re-uploaded his prophecy of the victory of Hilary Clinton in the just concluded US presidential election.

The Facebook post was removed on Wednesday following the backlash from Nigerians over the prophesy which turned out to be a lie.

According to BBC, TBJ’s social media department said that the post was “mistakenly removed and has been re-posted as such is not our policy”.
Prophet TB Joshua reinstates Clinton win prophecy on Facebook
The acclaimed man of God came under heavy criticism following his inaccurate prophecy regarding the winner of the election.

In the post, Joshua predicted that Clinton would win the election in a “narrow victory” against her Republican rival Donald Trump. TB Joshua claimed that he saw it all in a vision 12 days before the election.According to what he saw, the female candidate would win the election.But, on Wednesday morning, in a closely contested election, Trump was declared victorious.
Source: News 24
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