Hear Him! TB Joshua Explains Why His Clinton’s Victory ‘Prophecy’ Went Off Target

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Controversial Nigerian pastor, Prophet TB Joshua has taken up the cudgels for his apparently ‘erroneous’ prophecy on the United States of America’s election.

The founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) had predicted that Hillary Clinton would make it to the white house in the hard-fought election which held on November 8, but the events took a different which saw Republican Donald Trump emerge the winner of the US President.

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Fighting hard to defend himself in a video, the prophet slammed his critics, stating that “In this case, we need the spirit of a prophet to recognize or to know a prophet. Our levels are different. We are not on the same level.”

In addition, he drove home the fact that he had only meant that Clinton will win the popular vote in the US. Clinton won the popular vote in the US but failed to win through the Electoral College – which works on a state-by-state system. Victory at the Electoral College is what is required to actually take the White House.

“Finally, campaigns and elections in any democratic country in the world are never about one person, it is about the country we care and love. Whichever way it happens, we must accept the outcome and then look to the future (God), the Author and Finisher.

Democracy is all about accommodation. All democrats must value the process of democracy more than the product. God bless the United States of America,” he added.

The prophet’s explanation, however, fell on deaf ears, with many expressing stronger anger for the abrupt deletion of his so-called prophecy on the social media.

Others also criticized him for saying God changed his prophecy because Americans prayed harder.

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“Thousands of people who heard my prophecy prayed to God, they fasted and prayed that God should change the prophecy. That a prophecy was disclosed and did not come to pass does not mean that it is not authentic,” he reportedly said.

Social Media Users Slam TB Joshua

Despite the detailed explanations, TB Joshua was not spared on Twitter. Some of his endless critics painted the social media platform with these humorous memes:

 

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