Secession: “Are You God?” – Biafra And Oduduwa Agitators Reject Prophesy From Preacher Who Predicted TB Joshua’s Death

Kal El

Following the publication of the video about the end of call for breakup of Nigeria, by Apostle Saviour Kal El, the founder of the Saviour Kal El Ministry, and Host of the Saviour TV Channel on YouTube, reactions, mostly from Southerners of Yoruba, Igbo and South South parts of the country, show a rejection of the prophesy, that dismissed the realization of either the Biafra or Oduduwa Republic, and the end of the entity called Nigeria.

Saviour Kal El, who had on the 27th of May 2021, predicted the death of Apostle TB Joshua, a week before TB Joshua’s death on the 5th of June, 2021, insisted that even though the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, was a servant of God, and fighting a Godly, Nigeria would not break up, as is being canvassed by Kanu, and Yoruba secessionist, Sunday Igboho.

Kal El predicted that those behind Nigeria’s problems would soon be brought to book, warning also, that it would come violently. But he insisted that after it was done, there would be no need to break up Nigeria, and a New Nigeria would be born.

In reaction, commenters mostly from the South, rejected the prediction, asking Kal El whether he was God, to make such proclamations.

Several commenters, mostly from the North, called on other Nigerians to hearken to the words of the prophet, and work towards a unified Nigeria.

Modupe Dorcas insisted that for the fact a person’s prophesy came to pass, does not make him man of God.

Some commenters insisted that since Kal El stated Nnamdi Kanu was a Moses, it meant his vision of Biafra would come to pass.

There have been various prophesies about the actualization of sovereign Oduduwa and Biafra Republics, from may men of God.

Will the late TB Joshua, like Kal El, insisted that Nigeria would not break up, rather a new Nigeria would be born, some others have predicted an end of the entity called Nigeria, and the birth of new nations.

What’s your thoughts on Kal El’s prophesy?

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