Metro 12 Prophecies That Haven't Yet Come to Pass In 2015

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With less than 30-days to end the year 2015, some spiritual leaders made comments about Nigeria in 2015, the political space and others.

Here are some prophecies that are yet to manifest...

1. Fresh cases of Ebola in Nigeria – INRI, Primate Elijah Ayodele

The deadly Ebola virus disease, which ravaged the continent last year, recorded quite a huge death toll.

At the start of the year, INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church founder, Primate Elijah Ayodele Babatunde, pronounced that there will be new Ebola cases this year.

He said “There will be fresh cases of Ebola in the year, let those in the health sector double their efforts.”

2. 2015 election is another June 12 – Apostle Johnson Suleiman

Apostle Johnson Sulieman at the start of the year prophesied that the 2015 election would be the repeat of June 12- which was marred by violence and killings- but thankfully, Goodluck Jonathan saved the day.

His single act of sportsmanship by letting the results of the election take its course, helped the country avoid the repeat of violence and bloodshed of June 12 1994.

3. Goodluck Jonathan would carry on as president for a second term –Prophet Iginla

We all know how this ended for the former President, who surrendered before the results were even announced.

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4. Jimi Agabaje would be elected governor of Lagos state

“Jimi Agbaje will have more support of the people, and this is what will cause uproar in some circles if at all there is going to be election. Jimi Agbaje will have the upper hand because the candidate that should have won the election for APC was not given the chance to be presented as the party’s governorship candidate in Lagos. APC should have presented Ganiyu Solomon, he was God’s anointed candidate.”

5. Goodluck Johnathan will win the election but his life would be cut short – Pastor Emmanuel Ezenwa Nwazuo

“I am not the one saying this; it is a revelation from God. I see President Jonathan winning the 2015 election with a landslide but the All Progressives Congress (APC) will revolt. In 2011, I predicted that Jonathan would defeat his opponent. Some people did not believe but the prophecy was fulfilled. He did not just win but he won convincingly. I would not want to go further than that but I see him cut short.”

6. Watch out for second term of Jonathan Apostle Fredrick, Senior Pastor of Wonder City Chapel, Ghana.

“Nigerians should watch out for the second term of His Excellency President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. Although it looks very challenging with him and his ruling party now, yet the Lord says Nigerians shouldn’t lose hope in Jonathan.”

“As long as I’m concerned as a man gifted by God to see the past, the current and the future beyond the curtains of the natural, I know by the inspiration of the Almighty that President Jonathan is the set man for Nigeria. His next term on the seat will bring liberation to Nigeria.”

“It will bring hope to hopeless situations in Nigeria. On this account I therefore declare that HE Goodluck Ebele Jonathan will win the coming elections.”

7. I see Jonathan returning as President in 2015 - Apostle Dr. Ogochukwu Tochukwu Amaukwu

“If at all there will be election in 2015, I see President Goodluck Jonathan returning as president. President Goodluck Jonathan is the last PDP president.”

“I see APC winning seventy percent(70%) of the seats but I see PDP taking the presidency. If at all there will be election, APC will claim to have won the presidential election and will drag PDP to court.”

“APC will accuse President Goodluck Jonathan, PDP and INEC for rigging the election in favour of President Goodluck Jonathan, but the court will give it to him.”

8. Buhari has good agenda for corruption but cant win the election - Pastor Dapo Adeniyi

“Buhari has a good agenda to eradicate corruption in Nigeria. But it is unfortunate that he will not win the election. Though he will give (APC vs PDP) Goodluck Ebele Jonathan tough time. He will accuse PDP of rigging the election, go to court but justice will not prevail. What a pity. I see him fainting and uncooperative to ensure the peace of Nigeria after his defeat.”

9. There is no vacancy for Buhari at Aso Rock - Guru Maharaji

“President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is the verifiable divine choice of the forthcoming presidential election. As the Living Perfect Master of creation in whose hands the fate of Nigerian project lies spiritually, I declare divinity’s decision to return Jonathan to Aso Rock over Muhammadu Buhari.”

“I had publicly and sufficiently advised Buhari against nursing the ambition to rule Nigeria again. Superior forces are actually in-charge of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I am at the helm of these great and unseen primordial powers of creation.”

10. I dont See Buhari ruling the nation - Dr. Okhue Iboi, National coordinator and spokesman of Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria (WITZAN)

“I don’t see General Muhammadu Buhari ruling this country. We don’t have a political party but if anyone seeks our help, we shall render it.”

11. Many nations who are currently facing economic woes will soon begin to merge with other nations for survival - Bishop David Oyedepo

Speaking during the fourth service at Faith Tabernacle, the 50,000-seater capacity which serves as the headquarters of the church, also known as Winners’ Chapel, the faith preacher stunned members his followers Sunday March 8, 2015 when he declared that in the light of the current economic crunch happening all over the world, some nations will, out of frustration, practically beg other nations to absolve them, a situation he termed ‘divine judgment”.

12. The return of the Chibok girls this year – Pastor Tunde Bakare
Pastor Tunde Bakare of Later Rain assembly and former running mate to President Muhammadu Buhari, predicted at the start of the year that the abducted Chibok girls would be rescued

He said: “The Chibok girls will be returned this year; some people will say ‘they are just using religion to deceive themselves. How will the girls be rescued?’ You will see. I didn’t say it, it is what God said and I believe it.”
 
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