The founder of Jesus is Lord for All Nations Ministry, Prophet Johnson Jesus yesterday declared that the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) and other ethnic militias were bound to fail to actualize their dreams. He made the prediction after his annual fasting and prayers in a forest in Ebonyi state.
Prophet Johnson who released his prophesies exclusively to Sunday Sun, said that God was not happy with the activities of MASSOB, Boko Haram and other ethnic militias. He warned that the groups risked the wrath of God and would come to condemnation.
The prophet who in 2008 prophesied Boko Haram’s insurgency and describes himself as the late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu’s incarnate, also declared that the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) would lose Anambra state in the next governorship election. This is, “despite the fact that the APGA is seen as an Igbo party”, pointing out that the demise of the Ikemba Nnewi had dealt a devastating blow to the party. “As for now, the Supreme God has revealed that APGA would not control Anambra state any more, come the next governorship election.
These are the words of God,” he declared. On Igbo presidency, he said that it would be a herculean task for an Igbo man to become the president of Nigeria “unless the Igbo work together in love and adopt the spirit of sportsmanship.” He noted that the Igbo at the moment have diverse views about the presidency “and they hate one another”. He said that until the odds were removed, an Igbo man could hardly emerge as president of Nigeria.
He warned that even though the MASSOB could not actualize the state of Biafra, Nigeria remains at the verge of disintegration, “if all the unity sermons being preached at religious places were not heeded.” He declared that sections of the country might secede, saying that those that might pull out would not in any way be called Biafra but a different name.
The cleric stated that the late Ikemba had been appearing to him in visions and engaged him in dialogues on the way forward “for freedom, unity, peace and justice for the Igbo” and vowed that all the prophesies must come to pass.