Exclusive:”Ndawula the man who earlier prophecised the Kenyan terror attack”

BY: Eyalama In Politics On

One year ago in February 2018, a man identified as Ndawula Jeremiah came out and made a very disturbing post on his Facebook page that he had prophesized the death of Ugandan singer Mowzey Radio two years earlier and it happened the same way.

Even though later on that prophesy was proven to have been a fake one, this time around the same man has come out and revealed that he had prohesied the Kenya attack still last year in Feb still under the same post and today kenya has been attacked.

Even though Jeremiah Ndawula, the self styled social media prophet known made this heart shocking revelation, the guy who claims to have prophesied that Mowxey Radio will die two years back is now making more prophesies which have left more of his friends worried.

“Goodmorning , evening, afternoon! 2rd, Feb, 2018.

[corona country="Uganda" title="Uganda"]

Jusin the middle of the month of September , one of the prominent politician shall go “die”.
Prayers needed,.

October 7th and 10th, earthquake in kampala and the neighbouring country kenya, only one child will be reported dead.

[corona country="Kenya" title="Kenya"]

January, 14 at midnight, the nation of Kenya will be attacked again and Nigeria also on 28th may.

Prayers needed. Do not forget to share.
God bless you.” is  a post Jeremiah put up on his Facebook on 3rd February 2018.

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