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Zuma to DIE soon says Popular Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua, between February and April

POPULAR Nigerian prophet, Temitope Balogun Joshua, commonly referred to as TB Joshua, has predicted turmoil for a Southern African president between February and April this year, a forecast likely to incite anxiety among South Africans.
In his televised prophecy on January 3 to thousands of his congregates gathered at his Synagogue Church of All Nations in Nigeria, TB Joshua predicted trouble for a Southern African President that will take place between February and April this year.
“I am being careful so that the Press does not misquote me because the message is very sensitive and some direct words have been replaced to avoid causing panic. Words such as peculiar are just a replacement of the actual sensitive direct word,” TB Joshua said.
The charismatic preacher, who commands a large following across the globe, is famed for prophesying the death of the late Malawian leader, Bingu wa Mutharika, in 2012, a predication which came to pass that same year.
“End of February to April this year, peculiar months for Southern Africa. Organise prayer sessions for the leaders,” TB Joshua said, without elaborating.
He said he would not reveal anything regarding the calamity likely to befall a Southern African leader because the message was highly sensitive.
But on a more positive note, TB Joshua also had a good message for South Africans, whose currency has been on a free-fall, saying the instability currently being experienced was temporary.
He, however, warned that the region would experience its worst food shortages in living memory.
“There will be scarcity and shortage of food because of little rain and at wrong times, which is not good for farming. Many farmers will be discouraged,” TB Joshua said.
As advice to the region, TB Joshua said construction of dams and irrigation projects could solve the food crisis.
The well-travelled preacher also warned governments not to surrender their companies to foreigners due to desperation.
He said the crisis bedevilling the region would come to an end by mid-year and that the countries would come out of the problems stronger than before.
Source:iMzansi Correspondents