Apostle Selman has released a powerful prophecy ahead of March 18 Governorship Election.
NewsEdge reports that the founder of the Eternity Network International, Apostle Joshua Selman has released a stern warning ahead of the Gubernatorial and State Assembly elections slated for Saturday, March 18, 2023.
This online news platform understands that Apostle Selman said that God showed him in the vision, a dangerous light on March 17 (Friday) and told him to pray against any form of fear on election eve.
Apostle Selman disclosed this in a video clip obtained by NEWEDGE NIGERIA on Tuesday, March 14, 2023.
His words; “I had a vision yesternight into this morning… I don’t know what it is but I just want us to pray. I was leaning quietly, not even mediating when this vision was opened up to me.
“In the vision, I saw the 17th of March (Friday) and a danger light like amber light blinking on it, and I just heard the word “Pray” and that was it.
“I say it not just because I have to say it but because the Holy Spirit kept pressing it in my heart that we (the congregation) pray against it corporately.
“This is not to plant fear in our hearts, not at all. When God creates those promptings is for us to pray.”
He, however, prayed against every form of electoral violence that may hamper the peace in the country before, during, or after Saturday’s polls.
Apostle Joshua Selman is a Nigerian Gospel minister, teacher, instrumentalist, Chemical Engineer, conference speaker, and televangelist. He is one of Nigeria’s most influential preachers widely known amongst millennials and Gen Z.
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Meanwhile, NewsEdge reports that Apostle Selman dangerous prophecy is coming four days before the governorship and state assembly elections in Nigeria.
On March 8, 2023, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Nigeria’s electoral umpire, postponed the governorship and state assembly elections till March 18.
The 2023 Governorship Election and the State Assembly election were previously scheduled to hold on March 11, but INEC, citing a logistics crisis stemming from BVAS configuration and transportation, said the election could not hold again as scheduled following a meeting of its executives on Wednesday evening.
“The elections were postponed to allow one more week for preparations,” an official familiar with the meeting told Peoples Gazette by telephone on Wednesday night. “We should be able to get everything in order before March 18.”