The National Interfaith and Religious Organizations for Peace (NIFROP) on Tuesday, January 5, released its 2021 prophecy for Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari and his administration.
The group consisting of clerics across various religions in Nigeria made the prophecy at the commencement of their 21-days prayer and fasting session which took place at the Unity Fountain in Abuja.
In the list of prophecies as reported by City News, the group led by Bishop Sunday Garuba said the sponsors of Boko Haram and other criminal activities in Nigeria will be exposed and further put to shame.
In the 21 prophetic declarations, Bishop Garuba prophesied good health for President Buhari; an economic breakthrough for the country and a successful year for the troops of the Nigerian military in their fight against all forms of criminal activities.
Garuba prophesied: “No ailment shall come near his dwelling and that of his family members. I declare that all the evil forces that would in one way or the other make attempts on his life shall be exposed and destroyed by God.”
The cleric declared complete healing in the land (Nigeria) where the wrath of God shall visit all those that have a hand in the festering of acts of terrorism and militancy. He said in 2021, Nigeria would exit recession and experience incredible sustainable growth and development in all sectors of the economy.
The group led by Bishop Garuba also warned that those planning to destabilise the President Buhari-led government would face the wrath of God. He added that the financiers of Boko Haram terrorism will be apprehended in due time within the year 2021.
Garuba declared: “I see a very popular politician in Nigeria openly confessing for his atrocities against President Muhammadu Buhari for the numerous attempts to undermine his government.”
The cleric further prophesied that in 2021 Nigeria’s security agencies would record multiple successes in the war against terrorism and insurgency in the northeast while various militant groups in parts of Nigeria shall surrender and seek for forgiveness from Nigerians.