Here are all the top pastors who made several widely-publicised prophecies in 2016, but all of which pathetically failed to materialise.
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1. Prophet TB Joshua
The Nigerian prophet claimed that he had received a revelation from God which indicated that Hilary Clinton of the Democratic Party would win the US presidential election. He said clearly that the person he saw winning the election was a woman.
When the results were declared, however, Donald Trump of the Republican Party won the election.
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2. Prophet Joshua Iginla
The General Overseer of Champions Royal Assembly in Abuja, Nigeria, predicted that John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) would win the December election.
"I see a robust economy and the Democrats still holding on to the seat in the election. The ruling party will retain the power," he said.
But his prophecy was a failure, as Nana Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) won the election.
3. Prophet Doctor Emmanuel Kofi Enim
“In a very explicit vision, I saw the president seated on a presidential seat and clad in a white wear with an inscription, 2016. I asked God the meaning of the vision and He told me President Mahama is destined to win the 2016 general election and would be enthroned for the second time as president,” the founder and general overseer of Word Victory Chapel International said.
The prophecy did not happen.
4. Prophet Jerry Asalu
The prophet predicted that Obuobia Darko-Opoku would win the parliamentary election at the Gbawe-Weija Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, but the prophecy failed. The NPP's Tina Mensah won the election in that constituency.
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5. Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi
The prophet predicted that the opposition NPP would reject the results of the December elections on the grounds of rigging. But that did not happen. The NPP won by a wide margin of over one million votes.
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