22 November 2017

Nigeria: How Prophet Joshua Iginla Predicted Mugabe's Resigination

Photo: Joshua Iginla Ministries/Facebook
Prophet Joshua Iginla.

Respected preacher and Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Prophet Joshua Iginla, known for his accurate predictions about national and global events without fear, has continued to score higher.

With his special gift of prophecy, the servant of God has been able to chart his course in perpetual victory and triumph as well as prophesying the ways of many out of troubles.

So far, Bro. Iginla, as he is popularly known and called had foretold a number of events majority of which has come to pass.

Of note was his prophetic bombshells released about the recent leadership crisis in Zimbabwe.

The televangelist and philanthropist whose prophetic prowess, word impact, stunning deliverance ministration, diverse healings are second to none had predicted the crisis first during the church cross over service this year, again on the 14th of May and 2nd of July, 2017 during his church services.

In his words, "One of the African country needs to pray against military intervention, I don't want to say South, North, East or West Africa but one of the African countries should pray against military intervention so that their democracy will not be truncated'.

"I see military intervention. I don't know why they are intervening but what they are intervening for is between God and the future. "This country has to pray so they don't go back to where they are coming from".

Recall, on 14th November, 2017, Zimbabwe's military leaders seized control of the impoverished Southern African nation, placing longtime leader, Robert Mugabe under house arrest and deploying armored vehicles to the streets of the capital, Harare.

Analysts say it appears to be the climax of a power struggle between liberation-era figures loyal to the country's ousted vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa and forces faithful to First Lady, Grace Mugabe, wife of Robert Mugabe who is seen as vying to succeed her 93-year-old husband. The events on Tuesday 21st November, 2017 led to Robert Mugabe's resignation as the president of Zimbabwe, ending his 37-year reign.

Bro. Iginla however, noted that he is not particular about the removal of Mugabe but that the right person should take charge.

He further commended the military for not staging a coup but simply intervening according to the message God gave to him concerning the crisis.

Interestingly, Bro. Iginla's emergence has a leading prophetic voice in the world today was not over night.

One of his shocking predictions which shook Africa was in December 31, 2014 when during a live service said the unpopular party in Zambia's forthcoming election, Patriotic Front whose candidate is Lungu would emerge winner.

The prophecy generated a heated controversy with many waiting to prove that the man of God was a liar. Undaunted, he said he can't change it since it was God's voice. And he was proved right. Lungu is now the President of Zambia. He also predicted the attack on his (Lungu's) health which came to pass according to his word.

Also, Iginla was the first prophet to have warned Nigerians about the invasion of the deadly disease, Ebola.

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