Office Of “Alleged” African Prophet ‘Mistakenly’ Deletes Prophecy Of Clinton Win
The office of an African false prophet says that it “mistakenly” deleted his recent prophecy of Hillary Clinton winning the 2016 presidential election now that Clinton lost the election to billionaire business mogul Donald Trump.
T.B. Joshua is the leader of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, Nigeria and the founder of Emmanuel T.V., one of the largest Christian-identifying networks in Africa. On Sunday, he posted to Facebook that God had given him a vision of the new President, and that it was a woman.
“Ten days ago, I saw the new president of America with a narrow win,” he wrote. “The new president will be facing several challenges over many issues, including passing bills, attempts to possibly pass a vote of no confidence on the new president. The boat of the new president will be rocked.”
One post was a photo of Pinnochio with the caption “T.B. Joshua: Hillary will win,” and another showed a boy writing a letter with the caption, “Dear T.B. Joshua, this is two write to you about the false prophecy about Hillary Clinton winning the election.”
However, Joshua’s post was later reinstated, and the Social Media Department of Joshua’s office told reporters that it was “mistakenly removed and has been reposted as such is not our policy.”