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Prophecy confirmation : How Apostle Omotosho Tope Joseph predicted Election Postponement



On his Official facebook page yesterday, Apostle Omotosho Tope Joseph reeled out a prophetic alert against the fuel tanker accident in calabar. PROPHECY ALERT ~”LET PRAY AGAINST GAS EXPLOSIONS IN CALABAR AND TANKER LOADED WITH FUEL EXPLOSION. LET THE HOLY SPIRIT CANCEL THIS EVIL PLAN OF THE ENEMIES''. IAnd sadly today, Six persons were confirmed to have died when a fatal road accident occurred this morning along Calabar – Itu High Way involving a fuel tanker and two tricycles.The incident took place along Ntak Inyang area of the highway, at the portion of the road which is currently being repaired by the state government after it was cut off by ravine encroachment with Niger Pet Construction firm handling the remedial work. Due to the repairs work the company had since closed one side of the road to traffic forcing all vehicles to ply just one lane of the highway.

Fiery clergy and founder of OTJ live ministry, Apostle Omotosho Tope Joseph has once again conformed the authenticity of the grace of God upon his life as his prophecy about the postponement of the general elections has come to pass. 
During his live ministration days ago on social media, he said God showed him that INEC will postpone the election. 

And accordingly,  the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Saturday postponed the presidential and national assembly elections.

The announcement by INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, at the commission’s headquarters in Abuja came hours before Nigerians were slated to head to the polling units.

The announcement was made at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday.

It came hours after PREMIUM TIMES reported that logistics challenges in some parts of the country may force the commission to move the elections.

The new dates for the elections are February 23 for presidential and national assembly elections and March 9 for governorship and state assemblies elections.

Mr Yakubu said further details of the postponement would be disclosed at a conference scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Saturday.

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