Prophet T.B. Joshua, said he prophesied the terror attack that took place in France on Thursday, July 14
A lorry rammed into a crowd after Bastille Day celebrations in the southern French city of Nice, killing at least 80 people, including children A video has surfaced on YouTube about how prophet T.B. Joshua, founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), claimed he prophesied the terror attack that took place in n the southern French city of Nice, France.
On Sunday, July 10th, Joshua reportedly gave a televised prophetic message at the SCOAN, regarding an attack on Thursday, July 14. He said: “Since morning, God keeps saying we should pray and fast on Thursday to avert any attack in any nation. On Thursday, this coming Thursday, pray and fast. I said which nation? I can’t say which nation the attack they are talking about. But every nation just pray on Thursday an attack on any nation should be averted.”
On Thursday, July 14, there was pandemonium when a gun man driving a lorry started shooting into the crowd of people celebrating the Bastille Day (French Independence day) a national holiday, in southern French city of Nice.
The lorry rammed into the crowd on the Promenade des Anglais seaside walk in the centre of town. Although the driver was shot dead, the discovery of guns and grenades inside the lorry has prompted President Francois Hollande to describe the attack as that of “terrorist nature”.
France had been on high alert following last November’s attacks in Paris in which 130 people died and hundreds were wounded. It would be recalled that T.B. Joshua’s broadcasting network Emmanuel TV released a video on Sunday, January 31, in which the prophet warned about the terror attack that took place in Brussels, Belgium.
He also claimed he predicted the terror attacks in Paris, the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370 and other international incidents. The video of the prophecies always appear on the You Tube channel after the tragedies or on the same day they happened. This particular video appeared 6 hours after the attack.