Apostle Francis Amoako Attah Prophesies The Came To Pass In January 2022

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The series of disasters across Africa in January this year alone, the First Gate of Time, especially, have been considered a manifestation of prophecies given by the Founder and General Oveverseer of Parliament Chapel International (PCI), Apostle Francis Amoako Attah.

Many people are however are believing and asking that prophesies released by the Prophets should not be undermined in any way since prophesies are warnings and revelations directly from God.

The Black Stars failure, Nima clashes, Apietsi explosion and Kaase and many other road accidents.

Apostle Amoako Attah gave a Prophecy on 2nd January, 2022 that fire will burn in Ghana and Africa because according to him it had already started in spirit the previous night.

He said the same thing also on Angel fm on 18th January and also said that earthquake will trigger on Africa Continent on 31st January and that the sign will begin at South Africa.

True to these prophecies, on 2nd January that same day South Africa Parliament House got burnt.

On 9th January YOBE State market got burnt and about 360 shops destroyed.

On 18th January, a car carrying explosion blast at Apiatse a village near Bogoso, killing about 17 people, several displaced.

On 19th January, there was earthquake tremor in South Africa.

News also has it that there was a fire outbreak at a school in the Ugandan Capita killing four school children on January, 15, 2022.

With all these occurrences, many people are beginning to ask questions if the Inspector General of Police (IGP) with his infamous directives against prophesies in the country, is  undermining the office of the Prophet of God and didn’t allow the prophets to warn and pray for the Nation?

Meanwhile, the nation seems to be even fortunate that most churches and Christians are fasting and praying; doing 40 days, 22days, 14days, and more else things could have been worse.


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