Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, general overseer of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, A.K.A Arena of Solution And Power has been disgraced after an unfulfilled prophecy on coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.
The popular Nigerian prophet had made this known while delivering his fresh set of prophecy on Saturday, 21st of March.
Prophet Omoto delivered the fresh set of prophecy during his mountain service at Mount Carmel in the church located at K/M 5, Effurun-Warri, Sapele, Warri, Delta State Nigeria.
In his prophecy, the popular prophet who recalled that he prophesied the postponement of the 2015 presidential election after his revelation on the mountain, further vowed that coronavirus will end in just one month and one-week counting from Saturday, March 21, the day he delivered his prophecy.
“The enemy programmed evil against the world because of our sins. he said God was angry with the word and that men are doing contrary to the word of God.
God Says this Coronavirus that you are hearing, he has taken it. From now o, One month and one week, God will take the virus away and it will to nothing,” the prophet had said in a video published via his Facebook account.
With his one month, one week deadline for coronavirus, the pandemic ranging round the country is expected to vanish from Nigerian by the end of April, a prophecy that could be said not to have manifested as Nigeria continuously continues to record fresh cases of COVID-19.
In a similar development, Prophet Omoto after his prophecy on coronavirus, was seen facilitating his foundation that massively donated to people in the cause of cushioning the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on Nigerians.
With this development, Prophet Omoto, just like Prophet TB Joshua has also made prophetic declaration on coronavirus which never came to reality.
Meanwhile, the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Nigeria has increased to 4917, with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirming 184 new cases as at Thursday, 13 May.
184 new cases of #COVID19;
— NCDC (@NCDCgov) May 13, 2020