End Of Nigeria? Buhari Gets Divine Warning Over Doom Prophecy



An Enugu based prophet, Anthony Nwoko, has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that the prophecy on Nigeria’s disintegration delivered before the 2015 general elections will still come to pass.

President Buhari had recently said the commitment to democratic ideals and the patriotic zeal exhibited by the major political actors in the 2015 presidential election shamed prophets of doom who predicted the disintegration of Nigeria.

But Prophet Nwoko who foresaw the disintegration of Nigeria, has warned Buhari that the word of God must be fulfilled, stressing that delay is not denial.

According to Vanguard, the clergy man told news men in Enugu that though 2015 has come and gone, his prophesy on the disintegration of Nigeria will come to pass.

“Since All Progressive Congress (APC), Buhari led government has no power to kill or destroy the son of man for the second time, let him and his government expect miracle. The Black Saviour which the Nigeria nation rejected has emerged from the southeast of Nigeria to liberate his people the ‘Biafrans’ that is the word of God,” Nwoko said.

The prophet described President Buhari’s prayer for God’s grace to be good and fair to Nigerians is a medicine after death.

He gave instances of instances of his prophesies that had come to pass.

“I prophesied that Buhari and Jonathan will not win the 2015 presidential election and the APC disobeyed the plan of God for this nation and smuggled Buhari into power with their hidden agenda not to allow the light from southeast to emerge,” he said.

“Our disobedience to the word of God is what we are witnessing today. Therefore Buhari’s prayer is not accepted by God because he didn’t humbly himself to allow God’s plan to prevail. That is why national leader of APC, Chief Bola Ahmed Tinubu unknowingly revealed that the president is on assignment.”

Meanwhile, in fulfillment of one of his campaign promises to cut down on expenditure, President Muhammadu Buhari has handed over two aircraft from the presidential fleet to the Nigerian Air Force.

The two helicopters were acquired by the federal government on October 20, 2014 and May 21, 2015 respectively, according to Presidency Office of Digital Engagement (PODE).

The two aircraft being handed over were AgustaWestland AW101 helicopters.

It was gathered that the two aircraft being handed possess Ballistics defence capabilities and are equipped against certain forms of missile attacks.

Source:- Naij.com


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