Those expecting an end to air disaster in this country may have to pull up their bootstraps and pray to God to forestall another looming air crash, according to Prophet Festus Akhidenor. Akhidenor, who is General Overseer of Total Commitment Ministry (a.k.a. Land of Fulfillment), also prophesied that a rumour that the world would come to an end on December 2012 will soon sweep through the world and force people to start selling their property, but added that people should shun such rumour.
The prophet whose past accurate predictions were reported in the Daily Sun of July 10, 2008, was interviewed after thanksgiving service of his church’s fifth anniversary.
What message do you have for the country? Many have lost God’s value in their lives in this country. Nigerians are so much in a hurry and nobody knows where they are hurrying to. Money rules everywhere and everybody is in a hurry to make lots of it. In the household of God, money rules and many of us no longer preach salvation and tell the people the truth. Even in the mortuary, money is the language. But people must learn to be patient. In a country where Tokumbo vehicle parts and personal effects are better than new ones, you can imagine what has become of it.
A while ago you asked why we foresee disasters and yet they are not prevented from happening. It is because the land is not good. It has been desecrated. People have continued to soil their hands and desecrate the land that was beautifully created by God Almighty. People have abandoned God to lead all sorts of lifestyle.
Let me say it again, more crashes are imminent, and very soon, too. It is looming, and unless something is done fast, I am afraid… And I advise people again to discountenance the rumour that the world will come to an end in December. It will not emanate from this country and people would be selling their property. Do not believe the rumour and do not sell your belongings.
Source: Sun Newspapers