By Victor Graham
Following the crash of a Nigerian Air Force plane, a video has surfaced online showing Apostle Johnson Suleman, the senior pastor and General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministries International, prophesying about the incident.
All the seven personnel of the Nigerian Air Force in the ill-fated King Air 350 died in the crash which occurred in Abuja on Sunday.
In the video, the controversial man of God whose church headquarters is in Auchi, Edo State, said he was returning from a trip when he fell into a trance and saw the incident.
According to him, when he prayed for a revelation the holy spirit revealed to him that the crash was an orchestrated agenda from hell.
While narrating his encounter with the holy spirit, he told the congregation not to be scared that with prayers they can stop it and urged them to pray for every continent of the world to avert the crash.
“I was coming on the road from Benin and I fell into a trance and saw a crash, a crash. As I saw that crash, I say oh lord what is this? and the lord told me this is the agenda of hell. A plane crash!
“We have to stop it. We can stop it, I say we can stop it. So, we are going to lift up our voice, praying for all over the world. From Africa to Europe, to Asia, to America, to the Middle East, all over the world, to frustrate the agenda of hell,” he said.
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Our correspondent reports that those who dug up the video may want to draw the attention of Nigerians to that prophecy by Apostle Suleman, as the timing of the release of the viral video couldn’t have been a mere coincident.
Suleman like other men Nigerian pastors are used to making prophecies, especially during the December 31st crossover service of their churches.
Meanwhile the spokesman of the Nigerian Air Force, Air Vice Marshal Ibikunle Daramola has confirmed the fatal crash involving seven of its personnel.
He said the Beechcraft KingAir B350i aircraft crashed while returning to the Abuja Airport after reporting engine failure enroute Minna, Niger State.