TB Joshua’s prediction for Agriculture Minister, Korean leader and Syrian war


“There are going to be unusual, uncommon challenges this year 2016 but in challenges, we children of God flourish.”

Lead pastor at the The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, has returned to his church at Ikotun Lagos, after an eight-month absence and revealing more predictions for 2016.

On politics, he said, “One of the minority parties will be lifted up and reckoned with. Let us pray for God’s love and unity in Nigeria.”

The prophet also mentions  Agriculture Minister, Audu Ogbeh. “We have to pray for God to sustain him because much is expected from him,” Joshua declared.

Joshua further made some prediction for the Southern Africa and the challenges to come.

There will be little rain at the wrong time, which is not good for farming,” Joshua warned. “Many farmers will be discouraged,” he continued, calling on the government to build “dams and irrigation mechanism using available water from the sea.

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He further warned Southern African nations not to yield to any temptation to surrender their industries to foreign companies because of the challenges that would arise.

Speaking in his usual parabolic tone, Joshua called for prayers for the regional leaders as “the ending of February to April are very peculiar months in the Southern African sub-region.”

Joshua also mentioned North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. “I am seeing an ‘arrow’ from there and it will affect the world,” he declared, adding that, North Korea possessed weaponry that most countries were unaware of.

The war we are fighting already in Syria is still there. We cannot afford another one again,” he stated, calling for those involved to embrace peace.

There are going to be unusual, uncommon challenges this year 2016 but in challenges, we children of God flourish,” he added, encouraging congregants and viewers of his popular television station Emmanuel TV.

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