T.B. JoshuaPostsVideo To Prove He Predicted The Recent Fallen Bridge In India
Just a day after Prophet TB Joshua claimed he predicted the hijacking of an EgyptAir plane, he has released another controversial YouTube clip claiming he predicted the Indian deadly bridge collapse.
“Pray for this country, India,” Joshua is seen telling congregants at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN).
“I am seeing a very huge bridge broken and when a bridge divides into two, what do you
think will happen to everybody?” he added, describing the location of the bridge as ‘close to the river’.
Joshua went on to say the incident would elicit ‘Breaking News’ headlines worldwide, calling on people to publicise his message online as a means of warning the Indian public prior to the impending calamity.
“I am seeing this happen; they should take care of Thursday, Wednesday,” he added. “Please, pray for this nation… Innocent people going.”
On Thursday 31st March 2016, a bridge under construction in Kolkata, a city built next to the Hooghly River, tragically collapsed, killing scores of people and injuring hundreds of others.
The accident took place in an area near Girish Park, one of Kolkata’s most densely populated and busiest neighborhoods.
Terrifying surveillance footage of the moment the bridge collapsed showed pedestrians desperately fleeing for their lives before a mass of solid concrete came crashing down.
Shocking images posted online showed bloodied bodies trapped under concrete slabs with hands and legs sticking out from twisted debris.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that he was “shocked and saddened” by the tragedy and the Indian army were quickly mobilized to support the rescue team.
The death toll has been placed at 22 but is still expected to significantly rise as the rescue mission proceeds into the night.
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