- Prophet Emmanuel Omale says Nigeria will not break-up as some people are expecting
Omale declares the country will be great again and there will be no civil war
- He predicts that those agitating for break-up will die soon
Nigeria will be great again while those championing its break-up will die within the next few years, the general overseer of the Divine Hand of God Prophetic Ministries International, Prophet Emmanuel Omale, has declared.
Omale said Nigeria would not break-up as some have predicted and as some agitators want it to be.
Vanguard reports that Prophet Omale made the declaration during his ministry’s quarterly crusade in Abuja, saying that the country will not witness another civil war on October 1.
“The Lord told me to tell our Igbo brothers and sisters that, nothing will happen to you in the north, so also to others in your places of abode.
“Nigeria will not divide; I saw it and I sat with Jesus one-on-one and I fell on my knee and I asked, is Nigeria going to divide? And He said no, Nigeria will not divide; Nigeria will come together and we will become one strong nation that will feed the whole world.
“The Lord told me: ‘Don’t join the people that want Nigeria to divide because those people in the next few years, you will not see them again. They will join their ancestors’.
“The Lord told me to tell the whole world that Nigeria will not divide, there won’t be war.
“Some of our Igbo brothers and sisters in the North, Kaduna, Borno, Kano,Sokoto and others that want to sell their buildings at cheap prices to move to the east, God said don’t do that.
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“Instead, buy more because there will be peace in this country in the name of Jesus," he said.
He further urged Nigerians to live in peace irrespective of ethnic and religious divide.
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The United Kingdom said there was no request from the Nigerian government to have the radio shut down.
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