Ameze Imarhiagbe, Nollywood actress calls out African clergymen prophesizing on US elections

Ameze Imarhiagbe, Nollywood actress calls out African clergymen prophesizing on US elections

Nollywood actress, Ameze Imarhiagbe has dragged Nigerian and other African religious leaders for showing interest in predicting the US presidential elections rather than showing interest in the affairs of their nations.

 

In an Instagram post, Ameze Imarhiagbe tackled African prophets who have come up with one prophecy or the other about the outcome of the US Presidential election without sharing any about their countries in Africa.

 

With particular reference to the current controversy surrounding the US presidential election, Ameze wrote:

”It’s so baffling that some African prophets have been heard prophesying about the outcome of the US elections; what’s gonna happen to Trump.

What’s gonna happen to Biden and what the future holds for the US…

But are yet to see what the future holds for their own troubled countries under the leadership of selfish politicians.

Take it or leave it! The year 2020 has proven one great fact: only God’s voice is supreme and you hear this voice oftentimes via your personal relationship with HIM and not with some prophets’ dictates.

Don’t get things mixed up. Some prophets are simply businessmen like you.

Profit is essential.”

 

 

ALSO READ: Pastors should stop predicting elections, it’s getting embarrassing – Seye Olaniyonu

 

Watch the video below.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CHnEhzyj8lt/?utm_source=ig_embed

 

In other news, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the senior pastor of Loveworld Ministries, Christ Embassy in an earlier video said that many people hate US President, Donald Trump because he supports and protects Christians.

 

He made this known while speaking in his church on Friday, November 6.

 

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