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The founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan), Prophet T.B Joshua, says God told him to tell the leaders in Nigeria to pray against the interruption of the democratic practice in the country.

Naija News reports that Prophet Joshua made this statement during the church service at Scoan headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial city, last year.

During the service, the Prophet said God gave him the message three times, noting that he had kept it to himself but decided to share it after he received the message the third time.

The clergyman said the first time, he received the message in a dream but on receiving it the second and third time, he had to seek the assistance of his congregation to pray for Nigeria.

His words: “I have a message for my country and I want you to pray with me, after the message you join me in prayer. This is three times I am having this message. Now I want to say is the third time, yes.

“The President’s heart is like a stream of water in the heart of God, are you with me? I say, President, the leader’s heart is like a stream of water in the hands of God and he can control it where ever he wants, are you with me?

“The first one I had a dream, I prayed, I fast on my own, pray, the second time again pray, fast and pray but this third time, I said you must join me in prayer because two believers are better than one.

“I was in my vision and the Lord said to me I should tell the nation and the leaders to pray against the interruption of the democratic practice.

“Pray against the interruption of the democratic practice, I said wow. You have to join me in prayer for the nation,” he had told his congregation.

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Meanwhile, Naija News reports that the Prophet’s message is tilting towards the ongoing crisis rocking the judiciary in the country following the suspension of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen and his immediate replacement by Tanko Muhammad.

Nigerians will go to the polls next month to elect a new leader. President Muhammadu Buhari is seeking a second time in office with Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) hoping to unseat him.

Since Onnoghen was suspended, Nigerians and the international community including the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union, have all raised concern about Nigeria’s democracy.

Source: Naija News