Here is the word of God to the messenger this day.
Nigeria shall witness a wind of glory never ever known by man. The scepter of him who is and is to come is stretched over the entire country. Let those be warned that are the architects of trouble and evil, for their days are numbered. The chaff in a couple of days from now will be blown over and the grains shall settle at the bottom of the basin. Let those who have ears hear what the Spirit of God is saying. For the words are not those of man, but the select of the Lord. Continue reading God Speaks On Nigeria→
The arms of many are raised against President Goodluck Jonathan’s second term bid; the spate of criticism and desire to unseat him is shocking. The question that keep burning in my heart is why the campaign against the Nigerian President instead of the People’s Democratic Party, the platform that brought him to power? Can we attribute this singular action to his minority ethnic background? Some may argue otherwise, but from all analysis of the various attacks on the candidacy of Jonathan, two things stands out, ethnicity and religion! The President broke a generational jinx, that did not give the minorities in Nigeria any hope of a shot at the Presidency of the country. Jonathan’s emergence to the top of the country’s number one position was not a coincidence but a divine arrangement by God. Continue reading Goodluck Jonathan Plan Exposed→
What has happened in the shifting of the February 14th Presidential election to March 2015, is a further confirmation that God reveals to his prophets and messengers the truth of what is to come. If only our leaders will stop relying on their understanding and insight and seek the face of God through his chosen vessels, many societal ills would have been averted. The announcement of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Chairman, Professor Jega, of moving the elections ahead by six weeks due to the non-availability of key Military heads in providing the needed security to ensure safety of voters throughout Nigeria. The decision which was taken after wide consultation with the stakeholders is believed will help the electoral body achieve a ninety percent distribution of the permanent voters card (PVC); a vital component of the voting process. Continue reading TB JOSHUA And Nigeria’s 2015 Election→