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David Lyon: Did TB Joshua Predict Governor-Elect Removal? [VIDEO]

Hours after his removal by the Supreme Court, ex-Bayelsa Governor-elect David Lyon’s attendance at Prophet TB Joshua’s Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) is trending online.

In a short video making the rounds, the popular prophet can be seen announcing Lyon’s presence in the Ikotun-Egbe, Lagos-based church headquarters as the congregation cheer.

Although the date the video was recorded remains unclear but it is believed to be after Lyon’s declaration as winner of the November 16, 2019 gubernatorial election since the cleric introduced him as “governor-elect”.

Prophet TB Joshua even leaves his aisle for a handshake with the then governor-elect as seen in the short video.

However, a controversial few seconds ensue in which the prophet tells David Lyon not to celebrate his victory until after his inauguration.

After a handshake with the smiling Lyon, the prophet says, “But for your information, this is not the time for testimony.

“This will come after his inauguration.”

Watch video:


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