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REVEALED: How Prophet T. B Joshua Prophesied The #EndSARS Protest in 2013 {Video}

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In a sermon at the Synagogue of Church Nations on 14 July 2013, he claimed to have a vision from God.

As the protests over police brutality engulfing the nation continues, a video where Prophet T. B Joshua prophesied about a revolution instigated by Nigerian youths have surfaced online.

The video was originally aired seven years ago on July 14th 2013.

It shows Prophet TB Joshua sharing a revelation to members of his church, The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN).

In the video, Prophet T.B Joshua spoke of a pending revolution that will hut Nigeria and would start in the form of protest and would escalate into greater confusion and disorder.

Every revolution starts with a protest. When it starts by protests, at that protest, the power can stop them. But when it becomes revolution, no one can stop it,” T.B. Joshua said.

As God reveals to redeem, He gave the prophet a solution to the problem which unfortunately the government has turned a blind eye to, forcing the youth to block roads and pitch camps at the forecourt of government offices.

Watch video below:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ICIgidYnGsg
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