Many explosive attacks took place in Kenya during the past few weeks and Nigeria?s T.B. Joshua, says he saw it all coming. It started during a Sunday service at his church on 20th April 2014. He said that he saw some prophetic revelations concerning Kenya. He proclaimed that ?strange people were in town to make big headlines?.
He advised the nation to be prayerful and tighten its security.
Hinting that it was something to do with terrorism, the prophet said, ?We?re having the same challenges here.? referring to the constant attacks by Boko Haram.
Just two days after his sermon, an improvised explosive device went off at Pangani Police Station, killing 4 people, 2 of whom were police officers.
Unfortunately, it did not end there. On May 3rd continued announcing his revelations for Kenya saying, ?Last Sunday I said that there are three groups inside Kenya. They are still roaming about, bombing. It is not yet over in Kenya, so they should watch out. Watch out for this weekend. We are praying for the Kenya nation.?
That night a grenade was thrown in a bus in the coastal city of Mombasa leaving four people dead and another 15 wounded. The bus had just travelled from Nairobi. There was a second blast near a beach-front hotel, but no-one was hurt.
The following Sunday T.B. Joshua continued his warning saying, ?I want to advise Kenya ? their response is very important. Their response determines the mode of operations of militants. They will first of all send spies to see if there is fear. Fear and panic help their operations.?
Later in the day Two people were killed and at least 62 others wounded in two explosions on passenger buses in the Kenyan capital Nairobi,
Both blasts went off on Thika road, a busy highway north-east of the city.
Sunday?s attack was the second in Kenya in as many days. Recent violence has been blamed by the government on Somali Islamist group al-Shabab.
According to reports, the two explosions went off outside a hotel and at an underpass not far from Kasarani, north-east of the capital.
With such consistency it would be difficult to ignore the Nigerian Prophet, but will such prophecies encourage Kenya officials to seek divine intervention?
Source: beatrice mahlonga