Johnson Suleman, the general overseer of Omega Fire Ministry, has prophesied, saying power will leave the North when President Muhammadu Buhari completes his tenure.
Mr Suleman who gave the prophesy on December 30, according to a two minutes twenty seconds video clip circulating on social media, said Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, will take over the saddle of leadership when his principal leaves.
The cleric recalled that in 2012, a revelation came to him that former president Goodluck Jonathan who sought a second term during the 2015 general election will not be re-elected.
He said the Almighty told him then that Mr Jonathan will be the last president of the then ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and that his successor will pilot the affairs of the country without ministers for six months.
Mr Buhari who trounced his predecessor governed for six months without ministers, saying he was searching for saints who will make his cabinet.
“And I’m saying this again to you, this is what the Lord told me,” the minister said to members of his church, “This country will shake o.
“I speak in parables, I said something during the independence (October 1). I repeated it again, you will see what will happen. The reason I’m saying these things now is so you won’t say it happened before he (Suleman) said it, so I’m calling the date now.
“6:35pm, December 30, 2020, note it, the Lord told me audibly that number two will become number one, it’s a prophesy,” he added.
He went ahead to say the country will not disintegrate as speculated in some quarters, particularly by the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), a seccessionist movement seeking the return of the defunct Biafra Republic.
“Nigeria will not break, Nigeria will not divide, there will be no war in this country. What God will do, He will do it silently,” Suleman said.
He also warned those strategizing for the next general election in 2023 to pray hard in order to be alive by then.
“Those who are planning for 2023, listen to me, they should pray to see it,” he added.
A former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, also shared the video clip on Twitter, watch.
Listen to this… pic.twitter.com/nfuJ3HZuIV
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) January 3, 2021