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Pray against strange deaths, political unrest in 2022, Olukoya tells Nigerians

The clergyman asked the church to also pray against increased persecution of Christians in the country.

• January 1, 2022
Daniel Olukoya
General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Daniel Olukoya

Nigerians need to pray against inflation, starvation, political unrest and strange deaths, says Daniel Olukoya, the General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries. 

Mr Olukoya made this statement while addressing a congregation of worshippers during the cross over service held at the church auditorium. 

“We need to pray against inflation and starvation. We need to pray against massive political instability which will put a lot of people in disarray.

“We need to pray against strange deaths. The church needs prayers against increased persecution of Christians.

“The God of the suddenlies is preparing something for Nigeria and will answer the prayers of His children. For any power that wants Nigeria to sink shall sink, and any power that wants Nigeria to die shall die; they will drink their own blood and eat their own flesh, until they are drunk with it,” the general overseer said. 

Other pastors such as the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Enoch Adeboye, have also released prophecies for the year 2022.

At the Redemption Camp during the cross over service. Mr Adeboye warned that Omicron is not a baby of Covid-19 but it is a grandchild and there is a need for prayers to seek God’s mercy.

He asked that 1000 individuals should join him for 72 hours to seek the face of God and pray against COVID-19.

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