Pastor who prophesied emergence of Tobi Amusan, says dollar will soon exchange for N10

Pastor who prophesied emergence of Tobi Amusan, says dollar will soon exchange for N10

A popular Evangelist in the southwest, Samson Oluwamodede, has predicted a “boom” in the country’s economy, predicting that the naira will soon regain its power.

Oluwamodede, the General Overseer of the Prayer Centre Church of God, PCCG, predicted that the forces fighting against the nation’s development that have caused the economy to enter a crisis will soon lose it before next year.

The Akure-based cleric, who made the remarks in the Ondo State capital, urged Nigerians to pray fervently for protection from “calamity” in the remaining months of the year.

According to him, the holy spirit disclosed to him in a revelation that the naira, which is currently worth more than 700 per dollar, will soon be worth N10.

While emphasizing that he does not make false predictions, the prophet stated that he had once predicted that Tobi Amusan will bring glory to Nigeria.

“Today, I also want you to mark my words. The dollar will fall and we would have the naira gain its strength. Like a drama, it would be shocking to Nigerians. I repeat again, we shall have (one) dollar as N10 to our currency.

“You remember I once prophesied that a young lady would bring out the glory of this country through a tournament in sport and that prophecy came to pass. The lady, Amusan (Tobi) is doing us proud now.

“Our economy will boom and it would affect all the sectors which would start working again. Children of God, you have to pray tirelessly.”

Oluwamodede said “no one should yet give up on the current state of things in the country,” revealing that the country would undergo a transformation from bad to good, particularly in its economy.

He went on to say that the country would soon see a new dawn and urged Nigerians to strengthen their faith and trust in God.

The preacher went on to say that Nigeria would have been in worse shape if it hadn’t been for the prayers and contributions of religious believers all over the country, demonstrating that the Church of God in Nigeria has not failed in its duty to contribute to nation-building.

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