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President Buhari Confirms Prophet TB Joshua's Prophecy, Ask Farmers To Produce More Food For Nigerians

PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI & PROPHET T.B JOSHUA 
ABUJA, NIGERIA - Farmers must double their efforts in producing more food for the country as Nigeria no longer have “any money to import food”.

This assertion was made by President Muhammadu Buhari last Sunday in a short interview after observing the Eid-el-Fitr prayers at his State House residence because of the raging COVID-19 pandemic.

According to President Buhari, "I wish the farmers will go to farms and save lives so that we can produce what we need in sufficient quantity so that we don’t have to import food.”

While calling on those in the agricultural sector to maximise the opportunities afforded by the rainy season, President Muhammadu Buhari argued that, "In any case, we don’t have any money to import food. 

"So, we must produce what we are going to eat… I hope the rainy season would be bountiful so that we get a lot of food.

It would be recalled that popular Nigerian clergy, Prophet TB Joshua had on Sunday 5th January 2020, after declaring that 2020 would be a “year of humility”, called on the government of Nigeria to invest in the agricultural sector. 

Prophet TB Joshua had said, “Agriculture will help the economy because the economy will have a backlash. People should invest in agriculture. Let us farm to help the economy.”

The coronavirus outbreak that ensued in the coming months has indeed triggered severe economic repercussions worldwide, with multiple nations instigating ‘lockdowns’ in an attempt to quell the spread of the virus.

Below is the prophecy video: 


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