Aisha Buhari soon to become a Christian — Prophet

Posted by News Express | 5 February 2017 | 3,866 times

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Aisha Buhari.

Prophet David Attah, the General Overseer of Alter of Grace Ministries International has prophesied that the wife of the president Aisha Buhari would be converted into Christianity soon.

At the conclusion of his seven-day prayer and fasting service, he gave out several warnings to individuals amongst which are Onyeka Onwenu, Governor Ayo Fayose, Shina Peters, Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, Flavour and Arik Airlines.

The prophet also warned lovers of sausage rolls to be careful as there would be a new sausage roll from hell to afflict individuals with diseases and sicknesses.

“Please tell Onyeka Onwenu that she has a call, and I see her opening a church. Please, tell Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State to be very careful because I see the plot to assassinate him. The lovers of Arik Airlines should pray very well because I see the airline having a plane crash.

“The super star musician popularly known as Flavor, will be kidnapped and if not careful, he will equally be shot. He said that Shina Peters, Sunny Ade and Ebenezer Obey should pray seriously against the spirit of death. We are also going to witness the demise of a very great man of God in Africa and a head of state or president in Africa,” Attah stated.

He said an Igbo man would emerge as the presidential candidate of a strong party that would emerge and that the political atmosphere of the nation will be in serious tension and bloody during the forthcoming election of 2019.

On the US president, Donald Trump, he said he would be used greatly by God to fight immorality though the Illuminati would try to frustrate him.

Additionally, he assured that God is set to expose fake churches and that oil would be discovered in an eastern state in Nigeria as well as tremendous increase in agriculture, starting from the month of March.

He also promised Nigerians to expect fall in the prices of goods.

•Sourced from Independent.

Source: News Express

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