Kampala: A Ugandan preacher has declared to the world that Boris Johnson was going to win the upcoming elections in United Kingdom.
Elvis Mbonye who leads a Pentecostal ministry in the capital Kampala called Zoe Ministries, said on December 31 night that Mr Johnson, 54, a former foreign secretary will replace premier Theresa May, in the forthcoming UK elections.
Mbonye, whose followers say he has predicted Oscar winners as well as other world events, says God showed him Boris Johnson getting massive people endorsement, in the race for United Kingdom’s top political office.
Mbonye who sounded unfamiliar with Boris, read from his notes, a name he says was in his “vision”.
“I went to the UK. There is something I began to see. It was something new that was brewing…about the politics and leadership of that country. It turned out into something that is symbolic. I saw men and women running, and I could tell they were leaders of that country… As they were running, one man was being cheered on. The name is Boris Johnson.”
Mbonye says, the leadership of Britain will change this year and Boris Johnson, the champion of Brexit, would rise to power.
He said there were people from all walking of life supporting him, not just his party. Mr Boris is a member of the conservative party.
“He was being cheered on by people from different walks of life. Something like a coalition,” preacher added, in a recording Watchdog Uganda has in its possession.
Mbonye however, warned that UK would also suffer a massive hack into its banking sector whose effects would spread across the world.
Riots in China
The Ugandan preacher also foretold doom for China. He said the rising dragon was going to suffer recession which will prompt massive riots across the country.
“I looked and saw the nation of China. I thought China was a nation on the rise. I perceived however a nation that is about to experience recession. People took to the streets and rioted against the current established. I said I don’t care about what is happening to China.”
China has enjoyed great economic success in the past decade.
Uganda police woman to rise to the top
Mbonye also told admiring crowds that a Ugandan police woman will rise to great prominence in 2019.
Mbonye who has been under lots of criticism for talking about issues far away from Uganda such as Oscars, told his followers that he has not been forthcoming in prophesying about Uganda because Ugandans have been indifferent to his words.
“There is a lady in this nation. A lady in police I see shall emerge to prominence,” Mbonye told his cheering audience.
“There shall be a lot of talk about her. After I have exalted her, I shall shake the foundation. For what I am doing has already started,” Mbonye said, before ending his session on prophecies.
It was not clear whether the preacher meant the police woman would rise in police ranks, or, she would rise in another sphere.
A prosperous East Africa community
Among other prophesies Mbonye said East African integration was going to blossom with its common markets. He asked his followers to position themselves to take advantage of these opportunities.
DRC turn around under new leader
As the Democratic Republic of Congo went to the polls, Mbonye said, the resource rich country will see a new leader bringing about transformation never witnessed in that country before. Mbonye said however there will be unsuccessful attempts to “assassinate” the new leader.
Violence in South Africa
Mr Mbonye predicted that violence would engulf South Africa, and says that this would lead to deaths and displacement of people.
“It was election time in South Africa,” he said, “And there was panic… This was building up to be like something which happened in Kenya. It would be dark. I pray that people in that place don’t go back into turmoil…This doesn’t look good. I believe the hand of God be on that country.”
The Ugandan preacher also said that Jerusalem city would be under intensive attacks. Jerusalem is already under contest with Palestine. Last year, President Donald Trump moved the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a move which attracted a lot of criticism and was interpreted as provocation.
Mbonye said, before he asked his followers to pray for the holy city, that “Jerusalem city shall be under major attacks more than before.
“I saw something like American troops there,” he said, adding shortly that, “I saw the nation of Turkey. The lord said, Turkey shall be a major focus. It shall be involved in the conflict outside it. The leadership of Turkey shall come under attack. Waves of change shall influence Turkey more than before.”
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