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Thursday, May 19, 2016

GHEN! GHEN!! TB Joshua Speaks About the Government of President Buhari

Take the words of prophets serious. What Prophet T.B. Joshua said about the Buhari administration:

A video on the internet of Pastor TB Joshua commenting on the Buhari administration captures what is going on in the country today. Giving prophetic insight into the year 2016, the cleric addressed the world and Africa in general, before honing in on Nigeria. T.B. Joshua is seen saying:

"President Buhari will do everything to reject devaluation of the naira – which is a good idea from a good leader. But there will be overwhelming pressure from above him which he will not be able to resist. Everyone has a portion to be blamed. Let us share the blame and move the country forward.

My president, President Buhari has good intentions. 
A king's intention cannot be carried out properly without the support of his subjects.He needs your support to lead us out of the valley. Nigeria, we are in a valley. It is not our president that put us in the valley but generations." He concluded by exhorting, "Nigerians, support and pray for your leader. The future of this country is crying for help."

After a long hard fight to resist devaluation, on Friday, Buhari indeed finally succumbed to the pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Sources revealed that the naira would be pegged at N290 to one dollar, particular for marketers importing petroleum products into the country.

"The truth is that Nigeria cannot operate without sourcing credit from the IMF. And the IMF was adamant that we must devalue before they can discuss extending credit to us," an economic adviser to Buhari reported to the media.

For many months, Buhari had stood his ground on the issue and continues to insist that he is not yet convinced about the benefits of further devaluation of the naira.

Buhari and his team were said to have taken the decision to accept the IMF's terms so that the government can access funds to bridge a shortfall in revenue occasioned by a drastic decline in oil revenues.

The IMF had long indicated its readiness to support Nigeria's economy with credit liquidity but insisted on Nigeria devaluing its currency. But Buhari disagreed, insisting on several occasions that he would never devalue the naira. Mr President had to shift grounds so Nigerians wont suffer for too long.

T.B. Joshua had equally commented on this in his prophecy at the beginning of the year: "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."

Today, people are buying 6 pieces of tomatoes for N500. I wish we had listened to the Prophet earlier!

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