Sunday, November 23, 2014

"God Has Revealed To Me That Okorocha Is The Next Nigerian President" -Lagos Prophet Claims

The General Overseer of Galilee Christian Center in Lagos, Prophet Williams Onuoha, has predicted that the current governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, would become Nigeria's president in 2015.

According to him, for this to happen, Okorocha would have to adhere to God's direction, adding that only a running mate from the South West region can give him the presidency.

In a recent interview with Daily Sun, Onuoha, who is seen and referred to by many who attend his church as a highly gifted proph­et of God, said he saw the vision in 2011 and now it's coming to pass.

"In 2011, I saw in a vision that the present governor of Imo State Owelle Rochas Okoro­cha will be president in 2015. And in one of the national dailies recently, the governor said he would be president in 2015 and that it had been prophesied. True. I had seen this vision, but there are things that needs to be done before this prophesy can come to pass and one of them is that only a running mate from the South West region can give him the presidency.

"I have never met the governor before. When he said last week in the papers that he would become president in 2015 and that it had been prophesied, I was not surprised. What I saw in 2011, the governor said in 2014. God is truly wonderful," the prophet said.

Recall recently, Governor Okorocha had boasted that he would defeat President Goodluck Jonathan in the forthcoming 2015 elections saying:

"I have the capacity to govern the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I must also make it abundantly clear that the PDP and indeed, President Goodluck Jonathan, cannot defeat me in the forthcoming general election."

Speaking last week Monday at the All Progressives Congress (APC) rally, Okorocha proudly declared that he would be the president in 2015.‎

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