Did TB Joshua Predict Brexit Way Back In 2011? Watch This Video...

Did TB Joshua Predict Brexit Way Back In 2011? Watch This Video (CLICK)

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Mr. TB Joshua, a ‘prophet’ based in Lagos, Nigeria is said to have predicted the Brexit, which shook the European community.

In a video dated 25th December, 2011, TB Joshua is seen stating, “We pray for this European community because I see the Euro which holds them together will be affected and many countries will want to go back.”

Historically, on June 23, 2016, the British people chose to bow out of the European Union, a community they had been a strong and active member of for over 40 years.

The United Kingdom is not the only country with such tendencies. The Washington Post, reported that five other countries may be critically considering the move, namely: France, Sweden, Denmark, Greece and the Netherlands.

The BBC reported: “France’s National Front leader Marine Le Pen said the French must now also have the right to choose. Dutch anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders said the Netherlands deserved a “Nexit” vote while Italy’s Northern League said: “Now it’s our turn”.

This is not the first time TB Joshua has been making such predictions. On regular occasions, he uses his TV station, Emmanuel TV to prophesy to the world during live events at his popular The SCOAN, The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations.

He is also known for forecasting the passing of Michael Jackson as well as the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370. Recently, he is also said to have predicted the Paris terror attacks as well as the devaluation of the naira, Nigeria’s national currency.

While many are critical of his predictions, others embrace them. His prophecies have been known to cause a stir, locally and sometimes nationally.

Recently, TB Joshua is said to have predicted an impending terrorist attack in Ghana. There was a nationwide outcry in response with the National Police Force and even the president calling for calm in the wake of the purported prophecy.

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