July 28, 2014 – Prophet Warns Of Planned Boko Haram Attack In Abuja Between Monday & Wednesday
General Overseer of God of Champion Royal Assembly, Brother Joshua Ignila, has reiterated his earlier prediction that a lower rank military officer of the Nigerian Army will arrest Abubakar Shekau, leader of the Boko Haram sect.
He reminded members of the church of his earlier prediction about the military aircraft that crashed in the southern part of Bama wherein he predicted that there would be survivors three months ago.
Bro. Ignila, who listed some prophecies that were about to happen and those that would take place in 2015 during the general elections, said none of his prophecies had ever failed because he spoke the mind of God.
He told his congregation that a Nigerian soldier would shoot Shekau in the leg and capture him. He advised security leaders to tighten security in Abuja between today and Wednesday.
According to him: “I hear the sound of bomb in the city and I call on security agencies to tighten security in Abuja between Monday and Wednesday.” He predicted also that a private jet carrying some governors who are opposed to certain decisions in the country would crash.
He said: “I have warned them through my broadcast on Champions Television and I have tried to reach out to those I saw in my prediction.
“It is going to happen soon and nobody should blame anybody for it. It is either they retreat from that meeting they want to attend or they will perish.”
On the 2015 general elections, Bro. Ignila said he saw the man presently on the seat at the Villa, still sitting comfortably on the seat in 2015 and advised the ruling party to formulate policies that would pacify the opposition after a hard fight at the polls.
He said: “It is not winning the election that is the issue, but the problem that would emerge after the election. It will make the present insecurity in the country a child’s play.”
Recall that Bro. Ignila accurately predicted the exit of Brazil in the World Cup and the victory of Germany in the FIFA World Cup.
Fans in Abuja please take note and stay safe.