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As the world reels in shock once again at the news of another appalling terror attack, it has been revealed that a certain prophet in Africa predicted it.
T.B. Joshua, founder of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations and Emmanuel TV, an international TV station, is said to have predicted the attack four days earlier, on Sunday 10th July during a Sunday service which was broadcast live.
In a video published on YouTube, the pastor is seen, saying: “God keeps saying that we should pray and fast on Thursday to avert any attack in any nation.”
Emphasizing that the Thursday he was referring to was the immediate one, he said: “This coming Thursday, pray and fast. Every nation, just pray for protection on Thursday; an attack on any nation should be averted. We cover Thursday with the blood of Jesus.”
In direct line with what Joshua said, on the evening of Thursday 14th July, the world learned of yet another terror attack which took place in Nice, France. Crowds had packed out the city’s main promenade to watch a fireworks display marking Bastille Day, a major public holiday in France. They were beginning to head home when a heavy truck literally rammed through the crowd, killing dozens. It has been reported that gunmen also ploughed into the crowd, shooting sporadically. The French newspaper, Le Figaro reported that at least 80 are dead while over 100 are injured. The President of the region (who also used to be Mayor of Nice), Christian Estrosi, revealed that the truck was full of “firearms, explosives and grenades”, an indication of how much more destructive the attacker might have been.
Another significant attack occurred in Kenya on the morning of Thursday 14th July. A lone gunman opened fire, murdering six police officers including a senior police officer at the Kapenguria Police Station in Western Kenya.
It was initially reported that the gunman may have had links to al-Shabaab, Somalia-based Islamic group. However, reports later indicated that the attacker may have been a police officer at the station. In the afternoon, it emerged that, after almost eight hours’ siege, the GSU officers had neutralised the gunman.
Ironically, this was not the only attack on a police camp in Kenya on Thursday. 20 gunmen, who are suspected, Al-Shabaab militants attacked a police camp in Lamu on Thursday morning at1am. According to Lamu East AP commander Abdullahi Adan, the militants who were armed with rocket propelled grenades tried to force their way into the camp with intention to bomb it. Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and various police units were able to avert the attack as they hotly pursued the terrorists, killing one.
The gravity of the situation in Kenya could have been much worse if not for the quick reaction of the forces which thwarted the two separate attacks. Perhaps the call to prayer from T.B. Joshua to avert attacks in nations played a role in arresting the situation.
Joshua is known to have predicted numerous events over the years. He publishes his world prophecies on his YouTube channel, Emmanuel TV, which currently has over 375,000 subscribers.