A Nigerian man based in China has come out to claim TB Joshua’s prophecy on coronavirus ending came to pass
Recall the man of God was dragged for prophesying that coronavirus will end on March 27 in Nigeria
However, he came out shortly to state that when the Holy Spirit revealed the vision to him, he didn’t realized it would happen in Wuhan and not Nigeria
few weeks ago, Leakblast.com reported the news of how Prophet TB Joshua of Synagogue Church of All Nations said that coronavirus will come to an end on March 27 after a seven days rain.
It didn’t end in Nigeria and the prophet got dragged. Well, he has since reacted, claiming he didn’t realize the Holy Spirit meant it would not end in Nigeria but in Wuhan, China; the epicenter of the coronavirus.
Confirming his prophecy is a Nigerian man based in Wuhan, China who spoke about how the prophecy came to pass in the country.
The Nigerian man also spoke with other Chinese people who confirmed that the city had indeed returned to normal as the government had declared no more cases of coronavirus.
In similar news, at a time when Nigeria has been thrown into pandemonium over the rapid spread of COVID-19 also known as coronavirus, a message from Nigerian man of God, Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin seems to many people like great news.
In a video shared to YouTube, the man of God claimed that God revealed to him that the coronavirus pandemic will soon be over. In a service which took place on March 21, he revealed that in a month and a week, the virus will be gone. “God says, this coronavirus that you are hearing, he has taken away.
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Count from now, March 21; 30 days and 1 week, the story that you’re hearing here and there, you will see how God will take it away. It will turn to nothing. That is what the Lord showed me.”
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