Prophecy Names Two Igbo Presidents That Will Save Nigeria

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A prophecy making the rounds on media has predicted that only an Igbo President, just like the first President, Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, can fix Nigeria.

The prominent Prophet Princewill Iheme mentioned two men from the Igbo tribes who may rule and revive the country for the better. According to him Nigeria should select either Charles Chukwuma Soludo or Governor Rochas Okorocha to lead Nigeria to promise land.

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Excerpt of Prophet’s prophecy, acquired by our correspondent, said:

Prophecy Named Two Next Igbo President To Save Nigeria
Prophet Princewill Iheme predicts Igbo President to fix Nigeria.

“God Almighty has chosen two people in Igbo tribe that can rule and fix Nigeria. The names of the two people are Charles Chukwuma Soludo and Governor Rochas Okorocha. Nigerians should select one person to rule Nigeria. Also, Nigerians should forget about civil war wounds, ethnic hatred, religious hatred, and elect Igbo president to save the nation.



“This message is from God not from me. The present recession in Nigeria was caused by God, selling off national assets cannot stop the recession in Nigeria, rather more harm will occur. Peace and unity is the only thing that will stop the recession because progress will never come where there is no peace and unity.

“Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding. Only the Igbo president will bring peace, unity and good economy in Nigeria. May God give Nigerians ears to listen to this message.”

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The prophet who was reportedly a strong supporter of Biafra strongly believes that God has already chosen the next Nigeria president from the Igbo tribe of the nation. In another of his sermon, Iheme urged President Muhammadu Buhari to release Nnamdi Kanu, predicting that the death of the pro-Biafra leader would cause another civil war in Nigeria.