The General Overseer of Faith Assembly Prophetic Ministry Incorporated, Prophet (Bishop) Onyeke Onyeke, today confirmed the Federal Government’s prediction that Nigeria will bounce back from recession soonest.
The fire brand Prophet made the confirmation in an exclusive prophecy as part of activities marking his 48th year birthday celebration held at Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.
The cleric who claimed to have prophesied the current economic recession in Nigeria unnoticed in 2015 said,” What we are passing through today, I said it. I said it that this country, there will be recession and after then, there will be joy. And I think any moment from now, there will be joy. March, April, May, June and July, there will be smile in this country.”
” I’m not proud, but I believe people speak for me. There was no way for me to let the world know of the prophecy then. I just made the announcement that this is what the Lord said and this is what is going to happen. Even as I’m talking to you right now, between now and July, this country will smile.”
As stated by the prophet, God allowed the economic hardship in the country for Nigerians to learn.
He enjoined Nigerians not to blame the Federal Government or any other person including President Muhammadu Buhari because God is aware of the economic woes in the country.
Prophet Onyeka noted that it is God Almighty that is effecting the ” Change” in Nigeria and not President Muhammadu Buhari, stressing that,” We cannot just give up. This is God’s own regime and not Buhari’s regime.”
” God is aware that Buhari will be there and God is aware that Buhari is there” pointing out that without God, Buhari wouldn’t have been there.”
The prophet also urged nigerians to pray for the will of God to be done in Nigeria as well as the recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari to return back to the country instead of wishing him dead.
He advised the Federal Government to always plan for the future just as he urged Christians to always pray and stop criticising each other publicly.
” We Christians should not go against or hate ourselves. We should not correct each other outside while there are enemies. The church must come together so that whatever we say we hold.”
Prophet Onyeke also called on other clerics to stop preaching “prosperity” and start educating their members on ” prophecy, deliverance, and salvation.”