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Saturday, 23 April 2016
Nigerian prophet tells who will be the next Kenyan president
The prophet’s church in Abuja, Nigeria was brought down in 2015 by the administration of the former president Goodluck Jonathan, when he told Goodluck that he would lose the looming election because of the people whom he was surrounding himself with at the time.
He has also been arrested by some leaders for telling them what will befall them.
Back to KICC, he first told Kalonzo how he has a good heart but he has been betrayed on various occasions by the people he’s been working with.
Prophet Suleman then told him how his wife is unhappy about the said circumstances, and promised to pray for his wife.
When the apostle told Kalonzo that he is in bad company and that is why he is being betrayed, other worshippers started to shout that he was the former vice president, revealing to the preacher that he was prophesying to a top politician in the country.
Andrew Ligale was also the chairman of the Interim Independent Boundaries Review Commission of Kenya that was set up by an Act of Parliament on May 12, 2009.
According to media reports in Nigeria, before Prophet Suleman was born, some prophets came from Warri city in Nigeria to Benin (the place of his birth) and told his parents “a prophet who would minister in God’s presence has been born”.
His parents apparently refused to listen further, because they were Muslims and did not see him leaving their fold.
According to him, he is the president of a ministry that has presence in over 42 nations of the world, with over 7 million direct followers.