Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, the General Overseer, Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry (C.M.D.M), Warri, Delta State, Nigeria popularly called Mercy City alias ‘The Arena of Solution and Power’ while reacting to the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other foreigners living in South Africa has called on South Africans not to forget so soon that Nigeria helped their country to fight the apartheid regime financially, spiritually and otherwise that led her to become a democratic country in 1994.
The prophet during a live video on his YouTube page earlier today said “Xenophobic attack is not a good omen to South African. We must not forget so soon that Nigeria helped South Africa to fight the Apartheid regime that led her to becoming a democratic country in 1994. This led to the late Nelson Mandela emerging as the first democratically elected president of South Africa.
The South Africans are the cause of the disaster because they don’t know God and don’t have the fear of God. John 10:10: The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. King James Version (KJV) is what is going on in South Africa. Peace talks will not solve the problem.”
He added: “For peace to return to the land they should call on prophets of God to pray for them. Prophets need to come together and pray for the evils done to prophets/ministers of God. What’s happening in South Africa is not ordinary; it’s spiritual. My advice to the South Africa government is that they should go and beg prophets of God they have offended like Shepherd Bushiri amongst others for their deliverance to take place.”
According to the Tireless General, the attack however we pray will still come back. “We are all Africans and African is one. I am not happy with the attack on Africans. We are all one. When they remember the past, Nigerians needs to be pampered like egg, Nigeria did a lot for South Africa back then. I pray for the souls of the departed due to the xenophobic killings in Africa and lets South Africans seek the face of God”.
He also advised Nigerians alleged to have embarked on reprisal attacks on South African companies to stop forthwith and allow peace to reign. It was recall that at least ten Africans have been killed in attacks on foreigners in South Africa this week.
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