Cleric Warns Jonathan Not To Contest 2015 Election

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President Goodluck Jonathan has been advised not to contest the 2015 presidential election in the interest of the country.

Giving this advice in Lagos while commenting on national issues, the founder of Peculiar International Ministry, Prophet James Kunle Hephzibah, said that President Jonathan had misused the opportunity God gave him to rule the country.

Hephzibah, popularly called Baba Peculiar, also disclosed that President Jonathan will cease to rule the country after the 2015 elections.

“With the latest developments in the country, a lot of them are telling me that ‘Prophet, you are right.

“But my reply to them and President Jonathan is that he should not contest the 2015 presidential election in his own interest and the country at large.

“Though Nigeria will not disintegrate and there will be no war, many politicians, especially the top hierarchy of the PDP, will lose their lives if he decides to contest the presidential election,” he stated.

The Osun State-born prophet said God has chosen another person to rule the country.

“Before the 2011 presidential election, I told the whole world that Jonathan will win and become our president, just as God told me. But he has surrounded himself with murderers and God is ready to replace him in 2015,” the prophet said.

Prophet Hephzibar, who is reputed for predicting the DANA Air crash that happened at Iju-Ishaga, Lagos in 2012, also described the open letters between former President Olusegun Obasanjo and President Jonathan, the defection of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, stalwarts to the All Progressives Congress, APC, and other recent developments in the country, as confirmations of his new year’s prophecies.

“When God revealed to me that President Jonathan will not be the President of Nigeria after the general elections in 2015 and that the PDP will exist no more afterwards, many people did not believe the words of God,” he stated.

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