The Year 2020 is done and dusted but Nigerians still can’t say for certain they know the financial hands behind Boko Haram terrorists
This uncertainty runs contrary to a prophecy issued by Omega Fire Minister leader Apostle Johnson Suleman.
“The Lord said he will expose key sponsors of terrorism between now and December,” Suleman said on October 1, 2020, the day Nigeria marked its 60th Independence Anniversary.
“Please note it. It is going to shock everybody,” Suleman assured.
Four days after Suleman’s prophecy, Pastor Enoch A. Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) issued a proclamation of his own.
“I’m standing on this altar today to decree in the name that is above every other name, any terrorist and any sponsor of terrorists in Nigeria, will not see the new year,” Adeboye declared.
Since Suleman’s prophecy about the identities of key Boko Haram sponsors seems unfulfilled, it is difficult to know if any of the said sponsors died before 2021 as Adeboye decreed.
Both men of God have, however, moved on to predicting events that would happen in the new year.
Suleman said “Number Two will become Number One” in Nigerian politics, adding that “this country will shake but will not break”.
Adeboye, on his part, said the events of 2020, like the coronavirus pandemic, would continue to dominate the headlines in 2021.
The RCCG general overseer said new strains of the coronavirus would continue to pop up and derail vaccination efforts until the countries of the world acknowledged the power of God.