In two separate YouTube videos, Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua claims to have foretold the terror attack which struck in the heart of London, England on Wednesday 22nd March 2017.
A video which was posted on Joshua’s official YouTube channel in June 2016 reveals a prophecy the famed cleric gave on Sunday 22nd May 2016.
“Pray for the United Kingdom – I am seeing some funny people in their country,” Joshua, who is reputed for regularly releasing prophecies about both local and international events, began.
“I am seeing with prayer and their proper security, it will be aborted – but there will be a sign and a trace that this happened,” he further declared.
“It will not happen the way it was supposed to have happened – but they will know something happened there.”
Following the horrific attack which left five dead and over forty injured, another video surfaced on Emmanuel TV’s YouTube channel, revealing the pastor’s continued prophetic pronouncement about the United Kingdom on Sunday 19th June 2016.
Referring to the murder of British MP Jo Cox on 16th June 2016, Joshua warned that it was ‘not yet over’.
“They should pray and make sure they secure their lawmakers and their institution,” Joshua said, clarifying that the institution he referred to were the politicians who supported British leader, Theresa May.
“They should give proper security to their institution in the United Kingdom,” the cleric concluded before asking congregants to join him in prayer.
Police have now identified the attacker as 52-year-old British-born Khalid Masood just as ISIS have claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement to Amaq News Agency.
Masood drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, killing four before fatally stabbing an unarmed police officer and entering the Palace grounds, where he was shot dead by other officers.
The brutal attack occurred on the first anniversary of the 2016 Brussels bombings, an event which Joshua similarly claimed to have predicted.
Ihechukwu Njoku is a freelance journalist who writes about the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN.