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Monday, 2 February 2015


Zambians have hailed the prophetic fulfillment of Nigeria’s prophet who was bold enough to predict the emergence of Edgar Lungu as the winner of Zambian election in 2015. Brother Joshua Iginla on the 31st of December, 2014 during the watch night service in his Church, Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja made a bold declaration  that God told him Lungu, who is not even the most popular candidate would win the election.
“Zambia will have a peaceful election, but little rancour here and there. The new president will emerge from the same political party from the ex president. The name of the winner would be Edgar Lungu. And the winning party is called Patrotic Front. They will experience discovery of new mineral resources this year. The new president should carry his people along so that what happened to his predecessors won’t befall him, especially two years into his tenure.”
The prediction which was broadcasted live and published in most Newspapers sparked off controversies. According to our source in Zambia, “when we heard the predictions, we were shocked but due to the respect we have for the Nigerian prophet especially after  his prophesy which helped our National team to qualify for the ongoing Africa cup of Nations, we believed his word”
Another Zambian, mr Chibuta revealed that, “ Immediately the Christian community in Zambia got the predictions, they made it their ringing tone and that really changed the game of things. As you can see, the opposition was the favorite candidate but for Lungu to win, it means God has a purpose”
Insiders within the Zambian government squealed to us that Lungu has confided in them that when he has settled down, he would visit Abuja to pay homage to the Nigerian prophet who was bold enough to predict his victory even when the odds were against him. And that he will consult him for the mind of God over the Nation of Zambia.
Zambia’s presidential election was won by defence and Justice Minister, Edgar Lungu of the patriotic Front.
Mr Lungu won by a 48.3% majority, the election commission said, after an election race marred by delays.
His rival, Hakainde Hichilema of the United Party for National Development, who earlier denounced Tuesday’s election as a sham, came close with 46.7% of the vote.
The election was called after the death of President Michael Sata last October.
Mr Lungu, who will be sworn in on Sunday, said he aims to complete economic development projects begun by his predecessor.
On Saturday, Mr Hichilema called the “election” stolen, accusing the electoral commission of manipulating the results to favour Mr Lungu, a former lawyer.
White president
In the interim period following Mr Sata’s death, Zambia was ruled by Guy Scott, a white Zambian of Scottish descent.
He was prohibited from contesting the election because his parents were not born in Zambia.
Mr Scott was the first white president in mainland Africa for 20 years and has been involved in Zambian politics since the 1990s.
Though he was close to Mr Sata and served as his running mate, his relationship with Mr Lungu is less cordial.
In November he sacked Mr Lungu as the Patriotic Front’s secretary-general prompting riots in the country.
 Meanwhile, the Abuja based clergy also predicted that although he doesn't know why but God told him Jonathan will still win the 2015 election.

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