Reno Omokri former aide to former president Goodluck Jonathan has advised Nigerian Pastors and church owners to stop giving prophecies to Politicians and members during election.
According to him,those Prophecies given to politicians by their so called spiritual father create a crisis of confidence when they are not eventually fulfilled.
Reno Omokri stated this in a post on his official Facebook handle on Friday 7th April 2023.
According to him, when those Prophecies given are not fulfilled,it causes traumatic stresstress disorder and is responsible for some of these candidates threat to end democracy.with some believing they were robbed, because they believed those prophecies which was prophesied by their acclaimed pastors and prophetes.
He went further to say that rigging is no excuse for why a prophecy from God goes unfulfilled. asking if God could not foresee rigging?
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I urge men of God in Nigeria to be careful about political and electoral ‘prophecies’ they give to politicians and their followers. Because, these prophecies create a crisis of confidence in the system when they go unfulfilled.
And that is why some candidates are suffering from PTSD brought on by what they believe are unrealised prophecies from men of God, who made them believe that the name of the next President is in The Bible, because they had prayed to God to give him wings to fly.
It is that Traumatic Stress Disorder that is responsible for some of these candidates threat to end democracy. They believe they were robbed, because they believed those prophecies.
Rigging is no excuse for why a prophecy from God goes unfulfilled. Are you trying to say God could not foresee rigging? Even ordinary Nigerians foresaw that some people were planning to rig. But we know that God said “my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”-Isaiah 55:11.
And permit me to quote from Scripture: “When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not happen or come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him.”-Deuteronomy 18:22.
Some of these candidates who relied on these guidances should now realise that they were misled by men, who excitedly gave their own hopes for the future, and passed it off as prophecy.