TB Joshua Predicted Russian Plane Crash

The founder and general overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, Prophet T.B. Joshua on 31st August 2014, foretold an impending plane crash which occurred in Russia, yesterday, October 31

Yesterday, reports from Egypt says that a Russian airliner crashed in central Sinai with about 217 passengers and seven crew members on board.

In his sermon last year he narrated the following:

“This region they fight everyday – Ukraine, Russia – that region, please, I will tell the world that commercial planes should not pass there because I am seeing a commercial plane crash again. It will not be between Ukraine and Russia this time but a close region, a neighbouring region. Don’t pass there because I am seeing a full load of passengers crash again.”

The prophet also added that Nigerian politicians will begin to be targets of Boko Haram sect.

Prophet TB Joshua said: “Last time, I said we should pray for Nigerian ‘bigshots’ because I am seeing these people begin to target them,” he reminded people of the message he had said in May that Boko Haram insurgents will start targeting the political class.

“It will result to death. They are just looking for an avenue that will cause crisis and conflict in the region. When it happens, it will cause political crisis.”

Prophet TB Joshua, who is one of the most popular men of God not only in Nigeria but also in Africa as a whole, has been in the news from one time to another for giving prophecies.

In June 28, 2013, TB Joshua foretold the Malaysian Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing which disappeared south of Vietnam with 239 people on board in the early hours of March 8, 2014, Saturday.

In April 2014, Prophet TB Joshua said he had a vision concerning the Chibok school girls abducted by the Boko Haram sect that God told him the girls will be released.

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