The General Overseer of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Dr Daniel Olukoya, has urged Nigerians to pray against inflation, starvation and political instability.
He made the call while releasing his New Year prophecies for Nigeria on Saturday.
According to his 37-point prophecies for 2022, the cleric said, “We need to pray against inflation and starvation.
“We need to pray against massive political instability which will put a lot of people in disarray.
“We need to pray against strange deaths.
“The church needs prayers against increased persecution of Christians.
“The God of the suddenly is preparing something for Nigeria and will answer the prayers of His children. For any power that wants Nigeria to sink shall sink, and any power that wants Nigeria to die shall die; they will drink their blood and eat their flesh until they are drunk with it.”
On his part, Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, said, “More than 80% of projects starting in 2022 will succeed.
“This year will be a year of the emergence of previously unknown stars.
“Despite everything happening, this year will be a year of some massive breakthroughs (in science and finance).
“Infant mortality rate will drop by at least 50%.”
For Nigeria, he posited, “You don’t make an omelette without breaking eggs.” According to the Oxford Lexico dictionary, the English proverb means: One cannot accomplish something without adverse effects elsewhere.
On the Intercontinental scene, Adeboye stated, “The issue of migration will take a new turn in the new year.
“There will be two monstrous storms (one coming from the Atlantic and one from the Pacific) unless they are weakened, the results will be terrible.”
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