'There will be bloodbath if Biafra leader is not released' - Prophet predicts

The prophet added that God showed him a divided Nigerian map in 1971 - one part called Nigeria and the other Biafra.

 

An Imo State prophet, High Priest Clifford Nmenabu, has predicted bloodbath in Nigeria if the Biafra leader and Radio Biafra director, Nnamdi Kanu, is not released.

Mmenabu, who is the General Overseer of God’s Covenant of Christ Sabbath Mission, Amannachi in Orsu Local council Area of the State, said Kanu, through his Rdio Biafra did not speak against anybody, noting that it is a wake up call to a people who have been held captive.

“Kanu was not speaking against anybody or group of persons. His broadcasts were truth-oriented and consciousness-awakening. It was a divine arrangement for a renaissance and liberation of a particular sect who have been under bondage,” he said.

Mmenabu further stated, “The revelation came this way: The spirit of God showed me a finger that pointed at the Nigerian map. It subsequently showed the map divided in two, one part was named Biafra and the other, Nigeria. Also in 1996, God visited and showed me, in a trance, where properties belonging to Nigeria were kept in a place at the Bridge Head, Onitsha. While some of the properties were thrown across to the Asaba end of the Niger bridge, the other was thrown across to the Onitsha end. The prophecy also says that the one thrown to Asaba area belongs to Nigeria, while the other belongs to Biafra.”

Kanu, who has been charged with criminal conspiracy, managing and belonging to an unlawful society and criminal intimidation, appeared before an Abuja court on Monday, November 23.

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