Thursday, December 13, 2018

2019: Pray Against Military Coup in Nigeria... Prophet Iginla Warns

Prophet Joshua Iginla has warned the country to pray against military interruption and rape of our democracy as we prepare for the 2019 elections, and that's according to Globalexcellenceonline.

Iginla in his prophetic warning, said, “we should pray not to see military everywhere when we ought to see civillians.”

In his words, he stated that the will of the people should reflect in the election results and that we should pray against manipulation of results.

The clergy also said God showed him that the signs are not good and that if allowed to come to pass the church will suffer the effect more.

Furthermore , he enjoined Nigerians to pray against the  rape of our democratic process.

Consequently,  he  raised a two day fast and prayers on Thursday, December 13th and Friday,  December 14th, 2018 to avert the negative signs:

“One of the things God is showing me is that the will of the people should reflect in the election results. We should pray against manipulation of 2019 elections.  The result should not be  delayed unnecessarily.”

I am not advising but telling you what God showed me. So that people should not be aggrieved  and take laws into their own hands.

Secondly,  we should pray against cancelling of votes  in some areas. The signs I see are not good and if they should come to pass the church will suffer.

Thirdly,  we should pray that our democracy should not go under pressure. This beautiful democracy should not be raped. If the church refused to pray they will be under serious persecution. Else we would be forced to become prayer warriors over night.”


  1. It's high time these pastors stopped meddling in politics

  2. why pray for what is best for Nigeria and Nigerians? the roads and other infrastructure you see today were built by the military. lets pray for military take over please.

  3. Military will be the best thing that will happen to nigeria at this time, we are not ripe for democracy. the decay in infrastructure is worrisome