2015: President Jonathan will win again but… Prophet Alatan
By Awharitoma Abavo
Ahead the 2015 presidential election billed to hold in February, it has been predicted that President Goodluck Jonathan and his political party, the People Democratic Party (PDP), would again emerge victorious.
This is coming against the background that the All Progressive Congress (APC) poses a strong opposition and strong contender to the exalted number one seat of the nation, with legion of challenges facing the ruling party not helping matters.
Presiding senior shepherd and founder, Celestial Church of Christ (C.C.C), Freedom parish, Prophet Alex Alatan, gave the revelation during a recent Sunday worship and praise service of the church in Benin city, Edo State capital.
Prophet Alatan told the congregation that according to the revelation given to him by God, President Jonathan of the PDP would again be declared winner at the 2015 presidential polls.
Even as hard as the Nigeria people and the opposition would try to unseat him, there is nothing anyone can do about it, he stated.
The revelation was however not without a warning as Alatan said in an emotion laden voice that the Jonathan victory would see the nation and her people going through a heightened turbulent time.
“For at least six months after the polls, there will be spiral crises across the country with the Boko-Haram insurgency in the north assuming a frightening dimension more than ever experienced, as Nigeria northerners would feel very bitter and cheated”.
Alatan however, called on all Nigerians irrespective of religion leaning to join faith together and go to God in prayer for divine intervention saying, the evangelical arm of the Celestial Church of Christ; ‘Freedom Evangelical Outreach will consequently hold a three day fasting and prayer devotion at the kings square, centre of the ancient city beginning from on the 23rd – 25th January, 2015.
Demonstrating the authenticity and weight of the revelation, Alatan now famous for the accuracy of his prediction and prophecies, stated in a tone of finality; “woe unto a prophet God has not sent”.