He warned us on the very first day of 2016, OluFamous.Com posted his warnings but some people claim he’s a “fake prophet”, we should ignore him. But less than 5 months into the year, Rice and Tomatoes are almost out of the reach of the average person today. I hope those in charge will listen this time:
On Sunday May 22, 2016, Prophet T.B. Joshua of the Synagogue Church, made some shocking revelations on his Emmanuel TV station concerning Nigeria and the world at large. The ‘prophet’ spoke on many issues including the recent EgyptAir crash, terror attack in the UK and our agriculture.
He read out a transcript of prophecies he gave at his New Year’s Crossover Service, highlighting particularly the national food scarcity. On each point read, he expanded further, detailing what Nigeria and Africa are to expect in the days, weeks and months ahead.
THE FOOD SCARCITY
“There will be large scale scarcity, shortage of food. As a state, country, continent, we have to go back to the farm to arrest, to alleviate the forthcoming situation”, he read. Further expanding on the details of the prophecy, he said, “It is only a ‘shortage’ that you are experiencing now; you have not experienced ‘large scale’.”
Advising those in the real-estate business he said, “If you are the type planning to build a house now, stop it for the mean time. If you are in the business of buying land, stop it for the mean time – look for another business. Stop it for the mean time… Use that money on the need of people now.”
Giving a sombre warning, he said, “I’m preparing you. Get ready; lager scale scarcity is coming!”
In the last few days, Nigerians have woken up to the stark reality of the rising food scarcity. Several reports were released on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday detailing the extent of the current national food woes. ‘Tomato Ebola’, violence from fulani herdsmen, missed harvests and rising transportation costs have all been attributed as the cause of the food shortage and spiraling food prices.
On the rise of “tomato ebola”, Kaduna state government had said: “This is only the beginning of a disaster if we don’t take drastic measures because the disease is fast spreading across the north.”
ON NIGERIA’S ECONOMY
TB Joshua said, “You have to continue to cut your coat according to your size. Don’t just continue to spend your money on something that won’t be able to help you. Spend your money on something that the whole world will be looking for – food, shelter.”
Sent in by Ihechukwu Njoku