Prophet T.B. Joshua, has revealed some things that will happen soon after the elections in Nigeria.
Speaking to his congregation on Sunday, March 29, 2015, the prophet said, he is seeing the death of a prominent politician due to ‘heated up’ politics in the wake of the closely fought Nigerian elections.
“I am seeing Nigerians heating up politics.
“They will heat up politics and a great man among the politicians will likely lose his life… I am seeing this kind of thing happening in the night.
“Wednesday and Thursday of this coming week and next week, make sure you fast and pray.”
Joshua stated this just before the close of his church service at 7pm in a message broadcast live via Christian television station Emmanuel TV.
He urged members of his congregation to remain prayerful on those specified days so as to save souls.
He urged his congregants to avoid violence, and not allow themselves be used by politicians to cause bloodshed, while adding that do or die is not politics.
The man of God said: “There is a difference between your faith and politics.
“Don’t play politics as if it is your faith. ‘Do or die’ is not politics. Politics is a game. When you lose, you say, ‘Thank You, Jesus’; when you win, you say, ‘Thank You, Jesus’.
“Your future and the future of this nation – Jesus will ask you to give account. What we are doing now is for generations yet unborn. Don’t trade this future for money, thuggery or corruption.”
T.B. Joshua also predicted that an international terrorist will be captured.
“A criminal they have been looking for, for many years, who has been terrorising the world – I am seeing him being caught and displayed to the world on international media,” he announced.
Before the elections, the cleric had warned Nigerians to be aware of fake political party people, saying he foresees a plane crash.
Pastor T.B. Joshua is famous both in Nigeria and abroad for his religious activities. He performs miracles and conducts deliverance. The cleric also makes predictions about events that will take place on the national and international stage.