I Predicted France Terrorist Attack – Prophet T.B. Joshua Releases Video Evidence

Prophet T.B. Joshua
Prophet T.B. Joshua

Following the fresh terror attack in France which left over 80 persons dead, a video has surfaced on how Prophet T.B. Joshua, prophesied the terror attack.

A video has surfaced on YouTube about how Prophet T.B. Joshua, the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, prophesied a terror attack which eventually happened last night in France and killed over 80 persons in the Nice area of the country.

We had earlier reported that a gunman driving a lorry shot sporadically into a crowd of people in the southern French city of Nice during the celebration of the Bastille Day (French Independence day) national holiday on Thursday.

The video clip released by Prophet T.B Joshua’s church, disclosed that on July 10, the Prophet reportedly gave a televised prophetic message at the SCOAN in Lagos, regarding an attack on Thursday, July 14.

“Since morning, God keeps saying we should pray and fast on Thursday to avert any attack in any nation. On Thursday, this coming Thursday, pray and fast.

“I said which nation? I can’t say which nation the attack they are talking about. But every nation just pray on Thursday an attack on any nation should be averted,” T.B Joshua said in the video clip.

Below is the video as shared by T.B. Joshua’s broadcasting network, Emmanuel TV, six hours after the attack, as the church claimed the Prophet known for his prophecies, foresaw the attack. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW

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