Quakes In Northern Nigeria, Another Fulfilment Of Nnamdi Kanu's Prophesy

By Benjamin Ibegbulam (Abia Writers)
Edited by Livingrich Ezeikpe

Earthquake is now a potential hazard in Nigeria following the recent earth tremor that occurred in Mpape, Abuja. According to residents, it is not the first time the incident has happened on that part of the country as they witnessed it 5 years ago. Kwoi, in Kaduna and Saki, in Oyo States also observed Earth tremor in 2016 respectively. 

Tectonic movements in the Earth’s crust cause earthquakes. The primary cause is when tectonic plates ride one over the other, creating progeny (mountain building), and severe earthquakes. The boundaries between moving plates form the most significant fault surfaces on Earth, but there are more to the current shocks in the Northern part of Nigeria.

While The Chairman of the Committee and Director-General, National Space Research and Development Agency (NARSDA), Prof. Seidu Mohammed, is confused, searching keenly for vocabularies to deceive the gullible and convince his paymasters in other to justify his

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Quakes In Northern Nigeria, Another Fulfilment Of Nnamdi Kanu's Prophesy

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salary by referring the earthquakes to biological and scientific written theory as stated "Water extraction and recharge imbalance from aquifer is causing hydrological instability along the fractures". 

Nigerian government should know that what they see now is just a tip of the iceberg. Nigeria has the wealthiest pastors in the world that enrich themselves by lying to the gullible Nigerians, declaring false prophecies and prophetic mandate saying things when God did not say in other to milk the poor of their monies and valuables. 

None of them has deemed it fit to come out straight and tell the Nigerian government of the impending doom that is about to befall the country. These lying men of God have no guts to tell the world about the prophecy of the chosen one, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu because they are too blind that they see nothing. Nigerian government should as a matter of urgency hands off their quest to stop the coming of Biafra, to avoid further disaster for them; they should support Biafra referendum before more doom which looms befall Nigeria.

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