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EPL: Will Prophet Temitope’s Prophecy On Arsenal Come To Pass?

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EPL: Will Prophet Temitope's Prophecy On Arsenal Come To Pass?

Prophet Temitope Aduroja, who predicted Goodluck Jonathan’s defeat in 2015, as well as the postponement of 2019 general elections, says Arsenal will not make the English Premier League top 4 this season.

Naija News reports that Prophet Aduroja made the prediction in his twenty-eight prophecies for the year 2019 which he released in January.

Arsenal will not make top four this season. As a matter of fact, Manchester United will leapfrog Arsenal on the EPL table before the end of the season,” number two of his prophecies on sports released on New Year Day stated.

A look at the English Premier League table ahead of the final match of the season which will kick off 3 pm (Nigerian time) today, May 12, shows that Arsenal currently sits on the fifth position on the chart with 67 points.

The current EPL table shows that Arsenal needs to win Burnley and hope that Tottenham loses today for Prophet Aduroja’s prophecy to come to pass.

Should Arsenal lose against Burnley or draw and Tottenham win Everton later today, Spurs will make the EPL top 4 and Arsenal will fall out thereby affirming Prophet Aduroja’s prophecy. But if the reserve is the case, the Prophet’s prophecy will be dusted.

Click HERE to read Prophet Aduroja’s prophecies.


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