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Jimoh Ibrahim Mocks TB Joshua Over Fake Prophesy

The announcement of Donald Trump yesterday as the president-elect of America wrecked the Prophesy of T.B Joshua, which many Nigerians counted on to place bets with their friends and families. A move numerous people have depicted as shooting dud shots. 

Joshua had in a video on social media "forecasted" that he saw a lady win the race, This Day reports. 

The report says however he didn't specify her (Clinton) name, he said: "Ten days back, I saw the new president of America with a slight win. The new president will encounter some difficulties over numerous issues, including: passing bills, attempts to possibly pass a vote of no confidence on the new president.

“The boat of the new president will be rocked. By the way, in order not to keep you in suspense, what I frankly saw is a woman.”

Immediately the results were announced, many people of course remembered the prophesy and went back to that post, only to find it gone. It had been deleted.

However, the deletion did not prove a deterrent for Nigerians who took to different social media space to mock him.

Surprisingly, the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the forthcoming Ondo State governorship election, Jimoh Ibrahim, also went in for the kill while tweeting on his Twitter handle @JimohIbrahimOFR.

He teased: “Even though TB Joshua has seen it that I am the next Governor of Ondo State, please let him keep it to himself for now.”

A former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, joined the fray when he wrote: “Dear TB Joshua, who gave you your prophecy? My God that I serve is not a man that he will lie.”

One Adedayo Ayomide said: 
People: TB Joshua you said a woman will win. 
TB Joshua: you people didn’t hear me clearly, I said woolman, the person his head looks like wool.”

Mistur Sam wrote: “TB Joshua is only good at predicting football matches not US election. Is he really a prophet or bet9ja expert?”

An ardent believer of the prophet, one Arther Chatora, wrote: “Even when Clinton was stuck at 2015 electoral votes for hours, and Trump was close to 270, I still believed TB Joshua’s prophecy.”