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Why My Prophecy On Agege’s Supreme Court Victory Didn’t Come To Pass –Daniel Okache

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Why My Prophecy On Agege's Supreme Court Victory Didn't Come To Pass --Daniel Okache

Daniel Ogar Okache of The Apostolic Power and Testimony International Ministry, Abraka, Data State, has given reasons why his prophecy that the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the 2023 guber elections in the state, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, will emerge victorious at the Supreme Court, did not come to pass.

Okache, in one of his services had announced that nothing can stop Agege from becoming the governor of the state through the Supreme Court. But that turned out to be a fake prediction, as the courts ruled in favour of Governor Sheriff Oborevwori.

An angry Okache, during his Sunday service while reacting to the attacks on him after the video of his prophecy that Agege will win went viral, called out the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and the publisher of the news outlet (although he did not mention his name) that reported the news, saying “‘I naw go gree for anybody this year.”

Meanwhile, he insisted that the prophecies he gives are from God.

“Prophecy is an assignment, when you refuse to follow up, anything you see you manage it. I gave a prophecy concerning the governorship election, some people began to say I am a fake prophet because it did not come to pass.”

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He continued: “Let the PDP people come out and say I did not pray for them let me bring out their picture. Almost 10 commissioners slept on my altar at the back.”

Speaking further, he said even some PDP House of Assembly members now, slept on his altar for him to pray for them.

He added; “But the person which the prophecy ought to favour, the APC candidate said he does not have chance to come. The Bible says pride goeth before a fall.”

“But people when fit submit themselves, God answer their prayers then you say me na fake prophet?” he quizzed.

He explained further that prophecy is an assignment and when it is against you and you make your ways right God can change His mind in your favour.

He boasted: “I am a prophetic general” and at the crossover night spoke about Tinubu’s election and even when everyone said Peter Obi will win, he said the APC will win the presidential election and the opposition party won and is now in power.

According to him,”before I become a pastor, I prophesy about Buhari that he will win the incumbent president and many doubted, but he won.”

Okache said he does not prophesy because he needs money.

Recall that many had taken to the social media to criticise the cleric, saying if he truly heard from God that Agege will win and after Oborevwori (as his supporters claimed prayed and things were changed), he would have heard again from God that Agege will no longer win and the Supreme Court will give Oborevwori the victory, just as they said he is one of those pastors that in the name of guess work give prophecies that never come to pass.

Meanwhile, he sent a challenge to any pastor in the world to prove the power they have in a contest with him.

In his words which was in pidgin, he said: “I challenge any pastor to bring two dead bodies, him go face one, I go face one, then make we see who God call; who go wake the dead body.”

In his challenge to pastors, he promised to present the sum of ten million naira to organise a crusade where two corpses will be brought to the venue for any pastor to pick up the challenge to show who can raise the dead.

He also claimed that he started performing miracles at age 8 and contrary to what many are saying, he could not have bought power at age 8.

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