Nigeria And The Ritual Of prophesy

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Far back from the 90s till now various men of God do prophesy about various happenings in Nigeria some come to pass others don’t.

We will be looking at various prophesies in 2021 said by various Pastor Around Nigeria.

This is the usual tradition of the clerics as they release the predictions during the crossover services which take place in the night of December 31 and extend to the morning of January 1. This piece curates the prophecies released by some of the prominent pastors in the country as reported by BBC Pidgin.

2021 prophecy by Nigerian pastors: Wetin Daddy G.O, Oyedepo, TB Joshua and oda pastors dey predict for di new year - BBC News Pidgin
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Prophecies by Bishop Oyedepo Below is a summarised list of the prophecies released by Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of Living Faith Church World Wide, popularly known as Winner’s Chapel.

  1. The Year 2021 will be full of surprises

  2. Previous afflictions will not be witnessed in 2021 BBC Pidgin reports that the man of God those afflictions that people are used to will not follow them to the year 2021.

Below are the summarised prophecies of Pastor E. A. Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG):

  1. Some of the things that happened in the year 2020 will spill over into 2021 2. For every COVID-19 vaccine discovered, there is already a variant (of the virus) in the making.

This will continue until the high and the might admit that safety is of the Lord.

  1. God says He will begin to deal with nations on an individual basis and heal the nations where the people are humble and prayerful.

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  1. Those who put their trust in God will see the end of the siege.

  2. Individuals’ survival and restoration will be in their own hands.

  3. God says there will be sounds from heaven Prophet TB Joshua Prophet TB Joshua, the leader and founder of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), reportedly said he would climb the mountain where God will give him new year prophecies which he will release later after studying them well.

2021 prophecy by Nigerian pastors: Wetin Daddy G.O, Oyedepo, TB Joshua and oda pastors dey predict for di new year - BBC News Pidgin
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Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele, the founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, prophecied the following:

  1. 2021 will be tougher than 2020; Nigerians should pray well

  2. Though COVID-19 vaccine will work effectively, the novel coronavirus will still spread more and lead to another lockdown in Nigeria

  3. COVID-19 will start going down by September .

While the pastors keep the tradition of releasing prophecies every year, it is essential to note that it is not all the times that their prophecies come to pass.

The year 2020, without any scintilla of doubt, came with unprecedented job loss, death and illness occasioned by the arrival of the deadly coronavirus pandemic currently hitting over 200 countries and territories across the world.

The pandemic’s impact was so disastrous in numerous ways, with some of the prophecies that came with it, and the year generally, missing the mark.

There were many prophecies that were never materialised in year 2020. Meanwhile, as part of the year in review, Legit.ng highlights some of the prophecies that failed accomplish in 2020.

  1. COVID-19 will end in March 2020 – TB Joshua Why COVID-19 second wave is more dangerous – Ooni of Ife warns Nigerians Courting another controversy to himself, the founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), TB Joshua prophesied that the coronavirus would end in March.

Joshua claimed that the coronavirus would disappear the way it came by the 27th of March, 2020. Speaking further, Joshua said that if it is not a medicine that brought it to the world, then medicine cannot take it out.

The cleric, in another statement released on Monday, May 11, also said God is going to establish many who might lose their jobs to the pandemic.

But with the prophecy falling off the mark with coronavirus still in town, the popular pastor was knocked by Nigerians.

  1. 2020 a perfection year – Oyakhilome Founder of LoveWorld Incorporated, popularly known as Christ Embassy, Chris Oyakhilome, predicted that 2020 would be a year of perfection. But this has been untrue as the year was riddled with death and illness, panic and different distractions.

In Nigeria alone, over 1000 people have died of coronavirus. And that is only the official figure. A tragic year!

  1. 2020 going to behave like a child that is having a convulsion – Adeboye Respected clergyman, Enoch Adejare Adeboye, had predicted that there would earthquakes and volcanoes in his prophecy for the year 2020 “In year (2020) unless you pray very hard, it is going to behave like a child that is having a convulsion.

Earthquakes and volcanoes that have been dormant for years will erupt because of sin, which is becoming more rampant.”

But a data of Volcano Discovery for 2020 confirmed fewer earthquakes with higher magnitudes recorded over previous years.

  1. There won’t be lack of money – Apostle Johnson Suleman Coming on the list of failed prophecy is the statement made earlier at the beginning of the year in which Johnson Suleman, the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, said there would not be lack of money.

This is when God will end COVID-19 pandemic – Prophet makes divine prediction (video) In his words: “In the year 2020, you shall not lack money, you shall move from glory to glory, from grace to grace, from good to better, from better to best.”

But statistics showed that money was not a surplus in 2020. There was (is) inflation. In fact, Nigeria is presently in a recession amid job losses.

I never said Orji will be Nigeria’s next president – TB Joshua Meanwhile, TB Joshua has distanced himself from the media report linking him with a prophecy that Senator Orji Uzor Kalu would become Nigeria’s president come 2023.

The Nigerian televangelist, 57, debunked the media report in a tweet on his official Twitter handle on Monday, December 28.

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