How Adeboye, Mbaka, TB Joshua’s 2016 prophecies played out- Find out who won?
In January this year, several men of God made several predictions about events to expect in 2016.
Some of the clerics who spoke include Pastor E A Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Prophet T B Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) and Enugu-based Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka .
Here is a look at which ones came to pass and those that never happened:
Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, who famously predicted that Muhammadu Buhari will defeat Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 general elections, said that there were plans to assassinate Buhari. Although the President experienced some health challenges , he is still hale and hearty.
Joshua called on African leaders to “quickly arrest the political situation” and stated that the frequency of terrorist attacks in the continent would increase. The head of SCOAN was spot-on with this prediction.
On the political realm, Adeboye went a bit spiritual. He said: “If government will repent of disdaining Christ and His church, God will help them to win the fight against terrorism”. It cannot be confirmed how and which world leaders sought repentance, but the fight against terrorism has yielded varying degrees of success.
Mbaka also said in January this year that “Suffering is coming but it is not suffering under damnation, there is solution, it may take some time, but at the end of it, there will be testimony”.
Well, the recession is still in full force in Nigeria.
Joshua predicted that “The president (Buhari) will do everything to reject revaluation of the naira – which is a good idea from a good leader.”
That has been the situation so far and a dollar is projected to be exchanged for N500 next week.
On natural disasters, Adeboye said: “Floods, fire and earthquakes are likely to get progressively worse until governments realise that these are part of divine judgement against those who pass unholy laws”. The RCCG also got this one right.
Adeboye also predicted that “a major war will be averted”. One is tempted to think it is Turkey the soft-spoken man of God was talking about.
Joshua said: “I encourage the governments of all nations to invest in agriculture and to grant loans to deserving citizens to augment this effort”. In Nigeria especially, there was near-famine during the year, but as the year ended prices of food stuff stabilized a bit. Although the recession has not helped with pricing.