What Pastor T.B Joshua Told Me Before Our Game Against Algeria – Super Eagles Assistant Coach

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Super Eagles assistant coach, Imama Amapakabo

Imama Amapakabo, the Super Eagles assistant coach, has taken to his Facebook page to share that Prophet T.B Joshua called him on the eve of their semi-finals clash with Algeria to tell him that the match needs to be played like a final because whoever wins would go on to lift the Nations cup.

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Recall that Algeria went on to defeat Senegal in the finals by a lone goal to nil to lift the trophy.

His words:

“Got a call from Prophet T.B. Joshua on the eve of our game against Algeria and he prophesied that we should play that game as the finals – in other words, whoever wins the game wins the cup and true to his words, it came to pass,” he said on his Facebook page on Saturday.

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