Prayer for Bingu as TB Joshua predicts death

Nyasa Times is in possession of an email sent by unnamed Pentecostal preacher in Malawi being circulated with a prayer that calls for the untimely death of President Bingu wa Mutharika coinciding with reports that Nigerian’s Prophet TB Joshua has prophesied the death of an African President who will fall sick soon.

In the prayer for Bingu, the preacher said in email that it is coming from Psalm 109:8.

“People should quote this Psalm 109:8. This is a prayer for Bingu wa Mutharika,” said the email.

The bible passage itself reads, “Let his days be few; and let another take his office.”

The real controversy arises in the next verse of Psalm 109, however, which continues, “May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.”

Prophet TB Joshua: Predict death of an African president

Meanwhile, reports indicate that renowned man of God, Prophet Temitope Balogun (TB) Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in Nigeria has prophesied the death of an African President who will fall sick and die on 2/16.

TB Joshua prophesied this message during a Sunday live service broadcast on his Christian television channel Emmanuel TV.

Prophet T.B Joshua said an African President will fall sick and eventually die but did not mention the name of the country and the President

Prophet Joshua’s prophecies have been spot on and it remains to be seen who this prophecy is directed at.

In another development, Father Harvey Chikumbu who’s incharge of about 9 Catholic churches under Kagwa Woyera Parish bemoaned the behaviour and the leadership of this country particulary the President himself.

The priest made the strong criticism  in his strong sermon during the mass on Sunday aired live on Radio Maria.

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